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A Bucktown home near The 606 with skylit master bathroom asks $1.3M

A 2016 gut rehab brought a custom floor plan

A bed against an accent wall next to a floor-to-ceiling window on a pink and white rug.
1720 Paulina Street
Photos by Brent Borchardt of VHT Studios, courtesy of @properties listing agent Brittany Bussell

In Bucktown, a fully rehabbed, two-story home has listed for over $1 million. It’s not unusual for the neighborhood that was pushed into the spotlight after redevelopment of The 606 and now the ever-present buzz around Lincoln Yards.

In 2016, the current owners redesigned the entire four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom floor plan and added custom finishes throughout the each level. The family room has a cozy wood-burning fireplace and 20-foot ceilings. Out a two-story window and glass doors, head out to a stunning wood and brick-paved outdoor space.

The master suite is secluded upstairs with a balcony and fireplace, too. The bathroom has heated floors, a steam shower, and a large tub underneath a glowing skylight.

1720 North Paulina Street is near Walsh Park at the start of The 606 which will soon have a new dog area, playground, splash pad, and fitness equipment. Love what you see? The asking price is $1,365,000 for the 3,182-square-foot home.

A cluster of two couches sit around a coffee table with a floor lamp and bamboo plant in the corner.
The stylish living room near the front of the home.
Dark wood cabinets and white marble countertops with four barstools at the island breakfast bar.
The kitchen features new appliances with a custom refrigerator that blends into the cabinets.
A grey L-shaped couch in next to a stone fireplace and built-in shelves with books and art. The two-story window looks out onto the deck.
A cozy family room.
A stone fireplace with a leather chair nearby. Behind that, a king-sized bed against an grey accent wall near a window that lets out onto a balcony.
Vaulted ceilings in the master bedroom.
A marble tile bathroom with a glass shower and stepped up bathrub under a skylight near a double vanity.
The spa-like master bathroom.