Archive for the 'Oakland Historic District' Category

This 3-Bedroom Greystone Condo Is 70% Off The 2007 Price: 3967 S. Drexel in Oakland

This top floor 3-bedroom at 3967 S. Drexel in the Oakland neighborhood (which is just north of Kenwood) recently came on the market. It is bank owned. The building was converted into condos in 2007. It has hardwood floors but that’s about all we know because there are no pictures of the kitchen or baths. […]

Historical Vintage Beauty in the Oakland District: 3735 S. Lake Park

This 3-bedroom unit at 3735 S. Lake Park in the Oakland District on the South Side is located not far from the new 39th Street beach which opened last summer. At 2400 square feet, it is nearly as large as many single family homes. It has hardwood floors throughout and vintage woodwork. The kitchen has […]

A Single Family Home Under $100K in the Oakland Historic District: 4160 S. Lake Park

This 4-bedroom bank owned single family home recently came on the market at 4160 S. Lake Park in the Oakland Historic District on the South Side. Built in 1890, the listing says it retains many of its vintage features. Its four bedrooms are all located on the second floor. It also has a 2.5 car […]

Foreclosure Alert: 45% Off in Historic Oakland: 4125 S. Berkeley

The Oakland Landmark District is located on the south side of the city, just north of Kenwood. Often also called Bronzeville, the Oakland neighborhood is close to the lake and still contains at least 50 historic structures. This 1888 vintage 3-bedroom home at 4125 S. Berkeley is right in the middle of the historic district. It’s […]

Stunning Mansion on South Side’s Oakland Historic District

    File this post under “they just don’t build them like this anymore.”  I don’t care how “nice” new is.  It never looks like this. Look at that woodwork and the crown and ceiling moldings!  They’re exquisite. The pictures above are from an 1888 Victorian at 462 E. Oakwood Blvd. in an area of the […]