For Sale in Chicago
New and noteworthy single family homes, condos, and multi-unit buildings for sale around the Chicago region.
The yellow brick home features stained glass windows and original crown molding.
It was last sold for $300K in 1992.
The five bedroom home was built in 1916 and resides in one of the city’s historic neighborhoods.
Curl up with a book in the home’s octagonal turret.
The asking price includes architectural plans for renovating the rest of the home.
This castle-like home has a spiral staircase and 14-foot beams, too.
Designed by architect Richard Barancik, the 1953 home has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a stunning patio.
Built in 1938, the pink and seafoam green bathrooms remains untouched.
It’s an airy, 2,000-square-foot unit.
A two-bedroom in Uptown for this price? We’re in.
The stylishly updated unit has a ton of space.
Imagine working from the unit’s sunny home office.
The striking three-bedroom home was designed by notable architect Dennis Blair, a student of Frank Lloyd Wright.
Enjoy old-school wood trim, doors, leaded windows, plaster ceilings, and crown moldings.
Plus, a creative paint job that could inspire your next DIY.
Exposed brick walls support soaring metal ceilings.
These properties make working from home a joy.
Enjoy lots of bright light and a sprawling, private rooftop deck.
An extensive gut rehab brings this midcentury modern condo into the 21st century.
This rehabbed kitchen has a dreamy navy and white color scheme.
The two-bedroom residence occupies the entire second floor of the distinctive Dearborn Parkway structure.
The landmark property was designed by notable architect William E. Drummond in 1913.
See rustic lofts and high-rise penthouses.
The lofty two-bedroom unit is zoned for both residential and commercial use.
Take a peek at this artfully curated three-bedroom house.
The three-bedroom was built in 1943
The residence was designed by Chicago architect Arnold Schaffner in 1965.
The Uptown two-bedroom features original trimwork, built-in storage, and a spacious layout.
The home was originally purchased for $75K in 2001
Enjoy sunrises over the water from the 52nd floor.
Built in 1954, the five-bedroom North Shore home stands of a wooded lot.
For the first time in four decades, it’s on the market.