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In this triplex, live next to Wicker Park’s million dollar mansions for just $599K

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It’s the only home for sale on Beer Baron Row right now

A three story brick home with columns around a glass door entrance. There is a front yard.
1412 N. Hoyne Avenue
Photos by Redfin

If you’ve ever wandered down Hoyne Avenue near Wicker Park, it’s impossible not to wonder who lives in the sprawling mansions with Victorian embellishments and enormous yards. Finding a home on this block might not be as pricey as you’d think—take a look at this two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath.

Many of the single-family homes on this block were built in the 1830s for the beer barons of Chicago. The triplex condo was built in 1996 in a style that’s really similar to many of the other mansions on the block (red brick, a porthole window, cobblestone driveways, and dormer windows).

The main floor features an open living and dining area with a fireplace. Upstairs is the master bedroom with a back porch, and office space (which could be turned into a lofted bedroom). The second bedroom is located on the lower level with a family room, too. There are 10-foot ceilings, crown molding, and radiant heated floors.

The location is hard to beat: Three blocks from the Damen Blue Line station, two blocks from Wicker Park, and a 10-minute walk to The 606. Plus, it’s the only home for sale on the historic block right now.

1412 N Hoyne Ave Unit 1C is listed for $599,000 with Steve Meyer of Redfin. Monthly assessments are $299.

The main living area with a fireplace and tile mantel. There is a brown leather couch and access to a deck.
The kitchen features an island, open shelving, wood cabinets, and there’s a second bathroom in the back.
The lower level family room and bedroom. There is a grey corner couch, track lighting, and a few framed photos.
The back deck overlooks other homes in the neighborhood. There is a wooden railing and stairs. There are two lounge chairs with terracotta pots.