Looking for a 3-Bedroom in the Heart of Hot Division Street? 1901 W. Division in West Town

1901 w division

This 3-bedroom condo at 1901 W. Division in West Town just came on the market.

This is a 6-unit building that was constructed in 2003. It has an elevator and a heated garage.

This is a corner unit with hardwood floors throughout.

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

The master bath has been updated with marble countertops and a rain shower.

It has central air, washer/dryer in the unit and 1-car heated garage parking.

This unit is located on one of the hottest restaurant streets in West Town and is just a block and a half from the Division Blue Line stop.

Three bedroom condos have been in heavy demand.

This unit is listed for $660,000.

What are you willing to pay for 3-bedrooms in West Town?

Joshua Lipton at Jameson Sotheby’s has the listing. See the pictures here.

Unit #3N: 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, no square footage listed

  • Sold in April 2003 for $405,000
  • Sold in June 2006 for $550,000
  • Sold in February 2011 for $500,000
  • Currently listed for $660,000
  • Assessments of $280 a month (includes exterior maintenance, lawn care, scavenger)
  • Taxes of $10,660
  • Includes garage parking
  • Central Air
  • Washer/Dryer in the unit
  • This is an elevator building
  • Bedroom #1: 16×12
  • Bedroom #2: 12×10
  • Bedroom #3: 12×11

 

9 Responses to “Looking for a 3-Bedroom in the Heart of Hot Division Street? 1901 W. Division in West Town”

  1. Yeah who wouldn’t want to pay that much to live around a bunch of noisy drunk ass kids 7 days a week, sign me up!

    You mean the neighborhood isn’t conducive to having a baaaby

    but people keep telling me more people are having kids in the city

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  2. Meh. I would much rather live in a place on a side street.

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  3. This area isn’t like rush street…it’s not filled with drunken tourists. This is a reasonable price for a three bedroom in this area. The schools are good, transportation downtown is good, or the Kennedy is close if someone works in the suburbs. $280 HOA seems high for a newish building without an landscaping. I guess that elevator that goes up and down only three floors is expensive.

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  4. This area isn’t like rush street…it’s not filled with drunken tourists.

    It’s not like homegrown drunks are any quieter when leaving the bars…

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  5. 660K for a building that has block on it? No thanks.

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  6. “This area isn’t like rush street…it’s not filled with drunken tourists.”

    Yeah drunken local kids instead…

    “This is a reasonable price for a three bedroom in this area.”

    No, not really for a mccrapbox

    “The schools are good”

    doubt it

    “Transportation downtown is good, or the Kennedy is close if someone works in the suburbs.”

    its, ok

    “$280 HOA seems high for a newish building without an landscaping. I guess that elevator that goes up and down only three floors is expensive.”

    Snow removal, cleaning common areas, electricity and heating for common areas, garage painting, pest removal, elevator maintenance, crap like that adds up, these assessments are very cheap

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  7. Snow removal is two sidewalks. And the commercial tenant is responsible for that anyway. Cleaning common areas is probably vacuuming a hallway once a week, electricity for a common hallway is three light bulbs, and I don’t know why you would heat a hallway, unless you have people living in the hall, pest removal, spraying once a month? Are you on a board? These are small items in a budget. The HOA brings in $20k a year. I think $280 a month is high for what you get. I have a condo I pay $400 and I get a ton more of amenities. Ok, Division is filled with local drunks, fine, lets go with that. Whether it’s a mccrapbox, is a matter of opinion. I’d love to see pictures of your prewar Lincoln park palace. If you don’t know jack about the schools, why say “doubt it”. Jesus. You seem pretty down on the neighborhood.

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  8. “I don’t know why you would heat a hallway”

    ???!!!

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  9. ““The schools are good”

    doubt it”

    The a-a elementary is Pritzker which is at least fine.

    The a-a HS is, of course, crap, since this all but about 5 of them are.

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