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Old Irving Park home with farmhouse chic style asks $975K

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Shiplap walls, farm sink, and herringbone tile

Photos courtesy of Vesta Preferred Realty, Peyote

A complete renovation in Old Irving Park turned this five-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom home into a modern farmhouse. The trendy style has taken off in the past few years, but isn’t all that common within city limits. The property hasn’t been listed for a full day yet, and is asking $975,000.

A developer owns the two-story home, so everything that was part of the renovation is top of the line. The kitchen includes a custom dinette, reclaimed wooden kitchen shelves, marble counters, rustic globe light fixtures, and an elevated outdoor deck. The master bedroom features a vaulted, shiplap ceiling and a spacious bathroom with heated floors, a steam shower, and a vintage bear claw tub.

The owners here made the most of the backyard with lush landscaping and a perfect entertaining area in back of the garage. Underneath a covering, there’s a paved lounge area with a speaker system and a built-in bar.