Welcome to this week’s installment of Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent or buy for a certain dollar amount in various Chicago neighborhoods. We’re looking at what you can buy across the city for today’s price: $350,000.
This two-bedroom, two-bathroom home at 4733 N. Malden Street has two spacious outdoor decks at the front and back of the unit. The vintage rehab comes with in-unit laundry, a sunroom, vaulted ceilings, original built-ins, and a master bedroom featuring an en suite bathroom with a steam shower and double vanity. Asking price is $349,900.
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A modern home at 2047 W. 21st Place, just west of Pilsen, offers three bedrooms and two bathrooms. One of three residences in the building, this unit comes with a large walk-in closet, heated bathroom floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a patio off the master bedroom. It’s listed for $349,900.
In the Southport Corridor, this condo at 1536 W. Cornelia Avenue has two bedrooms and one bathroom. Other than being close to shopping, Wrigley Field, and Boystown, this place comes with hardwood floors, in-unit laundry, a double vanity, and a private deck. Asking price is $329,900.
This three-bedroom, two-bathroom home in a restored greystone at 4807 S. Forrestville Avenue is full of vintage charm. There is a living and sitting room, original wood and mirrored built-ins, 10-foot ceilings, and a fireplace. Asking price is $330,000.
Although this condo is just one bedroom and one bathroom, the major perk of 808 N. Greenview Avenue is the 800-square-foot outdoor deck that comes with the furniture, a pergola, and lights. It also has in-unit laundry and a heated garage space, and is just minutes from Eckhart Park. It’s listed for $349,888.
Which home would you buy for under $350,000?
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- For sale in Chicago [Curbed Chicago]