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In Logan Square, a contemporary townhouse with a floating staircase wants $595K

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The three-bedroom property has steadily increased in value since 2015

An open kitchen with a floating staircase leading to a second level. There’s a wood and quartz island, gray cabinets, and stainless appliances.
2653 N. Hamlin Avenue.
Photos by Redfin, courtesy listing agent Reve’ Kendall

Logan Square’s ultra-contemporary “Flexhouse” townhouses are several years old by this point, but appear to be holding their value well—and, in some cases, even appreciating.

Consider this three-bedroom example along Hamlin Avenue, currently listed for $595,000. Built in 2015, the home originally sold for $499,000. In 2017, it changed hands for $560,000.

Part of the multi-phase Flexhouse project from Ranquist Development and ISA Architects, the property features the same contemporary facade and large picture windows of its neighbors as well as a number of upgrades that set it apart.

Inside, you’ll find an open living space with 14-foot ceilings, radiant heat polished concrete floors, and a custom kitchen with an oversized wood-lined island, quartz counters, and a subway tile backsplash.

There is also a striking floating staircase on the main level, a spa-like bathroom in the master suite, a spacious walk-in closet, and a rear deck overlooking a grassy yard and a detached two-car garage.

Two couches and a chair face a wall-mounted TV in a living room with a floating staircase and kitchen island.
The open living area features a sitting room up front plus a small dining area and contemporary free-standing staircase.
A kitchen with wood cabinets, an oversized quartz island, subway tile accent wall, and industrial pendant accent lighting.
The kitchen leads to the home’s rear deck, fenced-in yard, and garage.
A bed centered on a gray wall flanked by nightstands and a lamp. There’s a colorful patterned bedspread and a shaggy area rug.
The master suite occupies the entire third level of the home.
A roomy bathroom with two rectangular sinks mounted on the wall beneath square mirrors and lights.
The master bath has double floating vanities, hardwood floors, and a large walk-in shower.
Four townhouses with angular gray and white paneled facades with rectangular windows and yellow front doors.
There’s no mistaking the development’s contemporary aesthetic.