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Bucktown loft with massive bedroom skylight asks $390K

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The two-bedroom condo has 14-foot ceilings.

Photo by Redfin, courtesy of listing agent Steve Meyer

Despite the name, the Clocktower Lofts building was a former men’s clothing factory run by the Kling brothers. Converted into condos in the 1990s, it now stands as a relic of the garment industry with lovely timber lofts and 100-year-old brick.

The penthouse duplex at 2300 W. Wabansia Avenue features two bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms, and an open layout. The main floor is centered around a fireplace with beautiful 14-foot timber ceilings. Upstairs, the second bedroom is tucked right next to original wood and an expansive, full-ceiling skylight.

The top floor unit also features a west-facing private deck in addition to the building’s shared rooftop. There’s a gym and a deeded parking garage space too.

The Bucktown condo is within walking distance of The 606 and the Damen Blue Line station, but tucked away from the noise on a peaceful tree-lined street. This unit is asking $389,000.

The private deck is just off the living room.
An open kitchen layout includes a breakfast bar and dining area.
The second bedroom could also be used a den or office.
The skylight brings in a ton of natural light.
The private deck overlooks a courtyard facing other units.