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Trendy brick and timber loft with a tropical bathroom in Wicker Park asks $575K

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The banana leaf wallpaper is from the Beverly Hills Hotel

A living room with a couch and two chairs. There is a brick wall with windows and access to a balcony.
1737 N. Paulina Street.
VHT Studios courtesy of Lauren Mitrick Wood of Compass.

In Wicker Park, a stylish two-bedroom, two-bathroom top floor loft is on the market for under $600K.

Located on a quiet street near the start of The 606 and Walsh Park, this condo comes with beautiful 18-foot ceilings, a spiral metal staircase, and rustic timber beamed ceilings. The two-level unit has both bedrooms on the first level, each with their own unique features. The master bedroom has a tropical green ensuite bathroom—and if it’s banana leaf wallpaper looks familiar that’s because it’s the same pattern used in the Beverly Hills Hotel. The other bedroom has a custom sliding closet door with a black chalkboard wall.

The living room has a cozy minimal fireplace with a built-in wooden mantel and the space gets a ton of natural light from the large balcony windows and skylights. On the other end of the residence, the kitchen features custom cabinets, shelves, and storage system made by the same crafter who designed some interior elements for high-end West Loop restaurants Avec and Blackbird.

Love what you see? 1737 N. Paulina Street is listed for $575,000.

A wooden pantry and island with bright blue metal stools. There is a large window and white granite countertops.
A smooth kitchen with minimal hardware.
A bedroom with hardwood floors and a brick accent wall. There is a bed, a tv, a fireplace, and two nightstands with lamps.
The master bedroom has a fireplace, too.
A bathroom with porcelain white sinks, green cabinets, and banana leaf wallpaper. There is a glass walk-in shower.
The bathroom has famous banana leaf wallpaper.
There is a bed, a nightstand, and a closet door with black chalkboard paint.
A second bedroom with a chalkboard sliding door.
There is an indoor living area with a couch, two chairs and a table. Outside the glass sliding doors there’s a wooden pergola with string lights and seating.
The top floor unit has its own private deck.