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For $749K, this renovated Lincoln Park three-bedroom offers both east and west views

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The property received a designer makeover following a gut rehab

A living room with a wall of windows and gray paint. There’s a couch, coffee table, and media center topped by a small TV. Photos by Positive Image, courtesy Steven Acoba of Keller Williams Preferred Realty

Perched on the 27th floor of a 1970s-era high-rise, this dramatic three-bedroom condo in northeast Lincoln Park combines impressive views and contemporary dark-walled decor, courtesy of a complete gut-rehab in 2013.

“From the street, you’d expect the unit to be typical of an older building, but inside it’s comparable to anything you’ll find in a newer construction,” listing agent Steven Acoba tells Curbed Chicago. “The biggest things for me are the east and west views,” he adds. “Usually it’s one or the other, so having both is rare. It’s a one-of-a-kind unit in this building.”

In addition to enjoying both the sunrise over Lake Michigan to the east and sunset over the city to the west, potential buyers have access to a custom kitchen with a quartz waterfall island and an open dining and living area. The spacious master suite boasts views in two directions, an oversized walk-in closet and a dedicated seating area with a remote-start onyx fireplace.

The 2,000-square-foot home recently hit the market with an asking price of $749,000. The figure includes one parking space while a second space—along with the unit’s designer furniture—is available for an extra charge. Monthly assessments run $1,056 and cover building perks such as a fitness center, a rooftop pool, and 24-hour door staff.

Kitchen with geometric wallpaper and a large island with white stone counters and two angular accent pendant lights.
The updated kitchen has a large quartz island with a built-in wine fridge.
A large rectangular dining room surrounded by six chairs and an artistic light fixture made of sheets of paper and metal clips.
The dedicated dining area has room for a large table under a Zettel’z style paper chandelier.
An L-shaped passageway with dark gray walls and artwork lead to a home office behind glass double doors.
A hallway leads to the master suite and the condo’s third bedroom—staged as a home office.
A bathroom with many framed pictures on the wall next to a sink and toilet.
Dark walls and framed photographs line the unit’s moody powder room.
A large bedroom with a king sized bed flanked by lamps and a large artwork. The other side of room has a chair, sofa, and fireplace.
The master suite has windows at opposite ends of the room and its own sitting area and fireplace.
Aerial views of a city with tall buildings and a large body of water in the distance.
Sweet views.