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.