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Rarely available Logan Square Victorian home lists for $1.1 million

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The one-of-a-kind home was built in 1885

Photos by VHT Studios, courtesy of listing agent Harry Rivera

A gorgeous Victorian home built in 1885 on Logan Boulevard hit the market nearly a week ago. Houses that look like this, on one of Chicago’s historic boulevards, don’t come up too often. The owners here held on to the property for more than 50 years.

The curb appeal is major here—the ornate trim work, an inviting front porch with a bench swing, and rich painted colors. There are classic Victorian elements such as a witches cap, decorative stained glass panels, and leaded glass.

The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home has generous room sizes, high-ceilings, a dining room built-in, and a large backyard. The home appears to be in great shape, even if some of the rooms feel a bit dated. The kitchen has gorgeous dark wood cabinets, but new owners might want to update the mint green range (even though it matches the exterior perfectly).

This one of a kind Victorian at 2549 W. Logan Boulevard is asking $1,199,000.

The view from the large front porch to the front yard and Logan Boulevard.
Take a look at detailed trim up close around the front door, windows and columns.
A living room with sunny, leaded glass windows and tons of space.
Another living area in the home where you can get a good look at the beautiful stained glass.
The master bedroom has a little seating nook in the turret.
The dining room is just off the kitchen and has a beautiful built-in for dishware.