We last chattered about this 3-bedroom vintage unit at 2233 N. Bissell in Lincoln Park in November 2012.
See our prior chatter here.
It was listed at $425,000 but most of you thought it would sell closer to $400,000 because of the smaller room sizes.
The unit recently closed for $415,000.
If you recall, it was NOT on the El side of the street.
Built in 1891, it had many of its original features including original moldings, a wood burning fireplace with the original oak mantle, built-in hutches and pocket doors.
There was also a custom wall of bookcases.
The kitchen had white cabinets with wood counter tops and it looks like there were white appliances.
It had a washer/dryer in the unit and garage parking but no central air- there were window units only.
This unit is on the second floor of a 3-unit building.
It closed for $99,000 under the 2004 price.
Did someone get a deal?
Art Collazo at Jameson Sotheby’s had the listing. You can still see the pictures here.
Unit #2: 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, no square footage listed
- Sold in November 2004 for $514,000
- Originally listed in June 2012 for $475,000
- Reduced several times
- Was listed in November 2012 at $425,000 (garage parking included)
- Sold in March 2013 for $415,000
- Assessments of $250 a month
- Taxes of $4335
- No central air
- Washer/dryer in the unit
- Bedroom #1: 14×19
- Bedroom #2: 12×9
- Bedroom #3: 10×10
- Den: 14×12