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Own an elegant Lakeview condo in Gothic-style, 1920s building for $770K

Original parquet floors, french doors, and a marble fireplace

A photo of a living room with wood floors, two couches, bookshelves, a red rug, and a fireplace.
504 W. Barry Avenue.
Photos by Richard Camacho at Prestige Real Estate Images Inc., courtesy of listing agent Pearce Lashmett of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices.

In a gorgeous, Gothic-inspired brick building a spacious, sophisticated condo has come on the market for under $800K.

The three bedroom, three bathroom condo sits just a few blocks from the lakefront. The entrance to the building has elaborately carved stone, black and white marble tiles, and original doors. With all that vintage charm, there’s an elevator too.

The renovated condo has its original oak parquet floors, french doors, and moldings. The focus of the bright and airy living room is a stately wood-burning fireplace with a carved marble mantle. There are also built-in bookshelves, beautiful bay windows, and 10-foot ceilings.

The owners will have access to a shared yard and parking space, but the master bedroom also has a large private balcony overlooking the quiet street. If you’re taken with 504 W. Barry Avenue it’s listed for $769,900 and monthly assessments total to about $1,030.

There is a front yard with grass and bushes. The brick building has skinny bay windows with carved stone around them.
The detailed brick exterior.
A small kitchen with white cabinets and wood countertops.
The kitchen was recently remodeled.
A table sits on a red rug in a dining room under a chandelier. There are open French doors leading to the living room and two sets of French doors opening to faux balconies.
The dining room has beautifully restored French doors.
There is a bed, a dresser, and a desk. The door to the bathroom is open.
The bedroom is spacious and has access to a balcony.
A balcony door ajar shows a quiet street with leafy green trees and a flower planter.
A view of the balcony on the upper level.