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Charming Logan Square Victorian with original woodwork asks $600K

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The family-friendly residence is on the market for the first time in nearly a decade

Swoon over the woodwork.
Photos by Serhii Chrucky, VHT Studios

This four-bedroom Victorian, built in 1903 in Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood, recently hit the market seeking $599,000. Behind its earth-tone-colored exterior—complete with a charming turret—you’ll find a pleasant mix of original architectural details and modern upgrades.

Standout features include an abundance of decorative millwork including a detailed carved staircase and columns between the front room and dining room. These old-school elements and complemented by newer windows, electrical upgrades, and two renovated full bathrooms.

The family-friendly residence is staged with a nursery and a children’s room with bunk beds. Out back, there’s a large rear deck and yard ideal for entertaining or family activities. The property at 2617 N. Central Park Avenue is listed by Eli McLaughlin of @properties. It last sold in 2010 for $350,000, public records show.

The bright front room has windows on three sides.
This den has more of midcentury vibe.
The kitchen has new travertine stone.
The light blue master bedroom has built in storage.