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Plant-filled loft in Bucktown asks $340K

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The art lover’s home has high ceilings and a fireplace

Photos courtesy of Amy Ludwigson, @properties

This loft, packed with lots of abstract art, along Milwaukee Avenue sits right between Bucktown and Wicker Park. In an area where the average listing is often over $500,000, this condo is a decent deal. It’s right next to the Western Blue Line stop and great bike routes like the 606 and Milwaukee Avenue.

The two-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bathroom corner home at 1907 N. Milwaukee Avenue comes with 12-foot ceilings, exposed brick, a fireplace, in-unit laundry, and, if needed, garage parking. The master bedroom has a walk-in closet plus an en suite bathroom with a Jacuzzi tub.

This part of Milwaukee Avenue is a little quieter than the portion near six corners, and since the unit faces southeast, there really isn’t any street noise. The large windows bring in a lot of natural light, which makes it a haven for houseplants. The private balcony, which looks like its on the alley side, has room for a hammock and is draped in tropical flowers, tomato plants, mint, basil, and green vine plants.

Asking price is $340,000.