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Colonial-style home with magical backyard in Logan Square asks $1.2 million

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Plus, there’s an Italian kitchen and mosaic fireplace

A two-story brick home in a yard with lots of trees, bushes, and grass. Photos by Paul Elledge, Courtesy of Compass listing agents Mark Icuss and Marc Zaparaniuk

In this eclectic home: an amber yellow foyer, candy red living room, and a sage kitchen. Somehow, in the 118-year-old Logan Square house, it all comes together.

A brick exterior with white shutters and a colonial-style front porch is tucked behind thick bushes and vibrant trees. Built in 1901, the original trim still remains. Plus, the owners matched the new hardwood flooring to the original wood for a seamless aesthetic.

The main floor features an Italian minimalist kitchen which opens up to the whimsical backyard. There’s also a sitting room off the foyer with a wood mantel fireplace and elegant mosaic details. Upstairs, you’ll find three large bedrooms and a bathroom.

In the backyard, there’s a winding stone pathway that curves around manicured shrubs, mature trees, a raised garden bed, and a secluded pergola covered on the top by a thicket of vines. There’s a small brick garage with an incredible mosaic wall depicting a flowery tree.

Is this quirky home for you? 2710 West Logan Boulevard is listed for $1,299,000.

An entryway with framed photos on the wall, a staircase, and a red carpet on the hardwood floor.
The hardwood flooring throughout the home is matched with original vintage wood trim.
There is a breakfast bar with three stools. There are stainless steel appliances, white countertops, and brown cabinets.
The Italian kitchen is modest yet stylish.
A living room with a bay window, couch, two chairs, and a coffee table. The walls are painted cherry red and there is a cow hide rug on the hardwood floor.
Notice the mosaic details on the fireplace.
A bed sits in the middle of the room next to a window with a sheer white curtain. There is a wooden dresser across from a wall-length closet with a glass sliding door.
The minimal master bedroom is on the top floor.
The backyard has a wooden fence, stone pavers, manicured bushes, and a mature tree. There is a small brick garage.
A view of the backyard’s winding stone path.