Looking for a Lakeview Brick and Timber 2-Bedroom Loft? 3201 N. Ravenswood

Jul 23 • Lakeview, Lofts • 557 Views • 7 Comments

3201 n ravenswood

This 2-bedroom brick and timber loft at 3201 N. Ravenswood in Lakeview just came on the market.

At 1000 square feet, it has a fully enclosed master bedroom.

It also appears that both bedrooms have windows.

The kitchen has maple cabinets, stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops.

It has the other features that buyers look for including in-unit washer/dryer, central air and gated parking.

Is this a good rental apartment alternative for a first time homebuyer?

David Bovyn at Kale Realty has the listing. See the pictures here.

Unit #307: 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1000 square feet, loft

  • Sold in November 1993 for $130,000
  • Sold in July 1997 for $172,000
  • Sold in June 2010 for $314,000
  • Currently listed for $355,000 (parking included)
  • Assessments of $205 a month
  • Taxes of $4811
  • Central Air
  • Washer/dryer in the unit
  • Bedroom #1: 16×15
  • Bedroom #2: 13×11

 

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7 Responses to Looking for a Lakeview Brick and Timber 2-Bedroom Loft? 3201 N. Ravenswood

  1. sonies says:

    Man barely lakeview on belmont 1ksqft, and Is that partition wall the door for the 2nd bedroom? eesh, if this sells at ask… wow

  2. Bluestreak says:

    Some info for you, most of this building was rebuilt do to water damage as a result of a fire on the roof. The fire was five years ago.

  3. William D. says:

    Anyone know what the story is behind the litigation at the 3946 Ravenswood lofts? All I’ve heard is they’re suing the developer.

  4. benjamon9 says:

    Bluestreak, I know someone that lived in the building when the fire occurred. I helped her get her belongs out of the building immediately after the fire and it is wonderful to see the building in better condition than it was in the last time I was inside.

    From what I remember, rebuilding was not easy. There were disputes between the condo board’s insurance, individual insurances and the insurance company of the unit where the fire started.

    It is a nice building though, and unlike Sonies, I wouldn’t be surprised if this went for more than the 2010 price.

  5. Bluestreak says:

    Benjamon09, my brother and his now wife lived on the first floor there and were out of town when the fire started. They had to move out upon their return. It was a non-smoking building and it’s possible that the fire started from a cigarette, so I heard. That could be the cause of some of the rebuilding issues.

  6. benjamon9 says:

    I had heard the fire had to do with a not completely put out cigarette butt on a rooftop deck if I remember correctly.

  7. Jon says:

    If any potential buyer looks at price per square foot, he/she will see that this is priced too high. $355 psf is a bit rich for this location.

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