On the edge of Ukrainian Village near Humboldt Park, a rehabbed condo in an older greystone has just come on the market.
The two-bedroom, one-bathroom home last sold in 2017 for $250,000 and the stylish upgrades have bumped up the asking price $15,000. It’s clear the investments have gone into the most used spaces throughout the top floor condo, which includes the living room, dining room, and kitchen.
The dining room received a fresh coat of moody, emerald green that sets a cozy, calming vibe. While the kitchen is neutral with pink accents and the living room has light, blue-grey walls. There’s pretty, down-to-earth decor like a rattan cabinet, wood furniture, terracotta pots, macrame hangers, and gold light fixtures throughout the space.
Many of the light fixtures, such as the frosty pink glass shades and fringe chandelier, come from West Elm, according to the listing description. The owners also added light dimmers, crown molding, window trims, a security system, a Nest thermostat, and digital locks.
Is this your style? 925 N. Mozart Street Unit 3F is listed for $275,000.