Pasta Factory Loft-Like Townhouse Returns 10 Years Later: 2334 W. Polk in Tri-Taylor


This 4-bedroom townhouse in the Pasta Factory at 2334 W. Polk in Tri-Taylor just came on the market.

It would take a real dedicated reader to recognize it, though, as it appeared on Crib Chatter all the way back in December 2007 not long after the site was launched.

No one commented on it.


But you can still see the description and the old pictures here.

The Pasta Factory is a 6 unit building with gated parking.

This townhouse has 4 levels but has loft features including exposed brick walls, industrial size windows, timber ceilings and even a unique bow truss.

The listing says there is a custom hanging mantle with a wood burning fireplace.

There’s a spiral staircase that leads to a loft and a ladder that takes you up to the private 20×15 rooftop deck.

The kitchen looks new compared to the 2007 pictures and now has wood cabinets, granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances.

2 of the bedrooms are on the second floor with 2 of them in the lower level.

This is only the third time this townhouse has been on the market in the last 22 years.

For loft lovers, is this a good compromise for those looking for levels?

Alex French at Conlon has the listing. See the pictures here.

Unit #3: 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, no square footage listed (but was 2000 in 2007)

  • Sold in August 1995 for $150,000
  • Sold in June 2008 for $385,500
  • Currently listed for $399,000 (includes gated parking)
  • Assessments of $244 a month (were $136 a month in 2007)
  • Taxes of $4812
  • It says “partial central air” but not sure this is correct
  • Washer/Dryer in the unit
  • Wood burning fireplace
  • Bedroom #1: 13×12 (second floor)
  • Bedroom #2: 12×12 (second floor)
  • Bedroom #3: 12×10 (lower level)
  • Bedroom #4: 12×10 (lower level)
  • Laundry room: 8×5 (lower level)
  • Loft: 14×14

2 Responses to “Pasta Factory Loft-Like Townhouse Returns 10 Years Later: 2334 W. Polk in Tri-Taylor”

  1. This is a unique place and has some flaws. I wouldn’t want to deal with going up and down a ladder to use the rooftop deck and also dislike the spiral staircase that leads to the lofted area. On the other hand, this place looks much more unique than other townhouses we see. I haven’t spent much time in this neighborhood. Is it safe? It’s a bit too far west for my taste, but the price is reasonable given the location.

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  2. This place is hilariously vertical…

    Also this neighborhood sucks ass, it would be frightening to walk home from that el stop in the winter when its dark out

    A friend of mine lived at Harrison and Campbell and there were tons of creepy drug addict homeless in the area wandering around at all hours

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