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Nautical, seafoam blue condo near Rogers Park beach asks $295K

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A lakehouse in the city. Is it seaworthy?

Photos courtesy of Redfin listing agents Ryan McKane and David Yocum

Minutes from two neighborhood beaches, a spacious condo in this Rogers Park six-flat embraces its lakefront location. Seafoam backspash, a white stone fireplace, and a freshly painted navy accent wall are a few things that make this spacious home quite a catch.

The shore-inspired home was built in 1920 but a complete renovation has each room feeling like lakehouse getaway. The home features two bedrooms, two bathrooms, an office space, a large laundry room, and a back deck with a small table and plants.

The galley kitchen is outfitted in seafoam glass tile backspace and white cabinetry with gold hardware. There’s even a little bar area with stools and bare bulb pendant lighting for morning coffee or an evening cocktail.

The living room comes with a white stone fireplace and a sunlit nook staged as a dining room. Sailboat decor, a painted paddle, and stacked rope candle votives fill up the space—is this laidback, breezy style for you?

The 1,600-square-foot home is listed for $295,000.