This 5-bedroom bungalow at 2601 W. Lunt in the Indian Boundary Park neighborhood of West Ridge came on the market in August 2016.
Built in 1926, it is on an extra large 56×124 corner lot diagonally across the street from the Indian Boundary Park.
Several neighborhood buildings were on the recent Open House Chicago map, including the Indian Boundary Park cultural center.
Built in 1929, 3 years after this house across the street, in the Tudor Revival style, it was nearly destroyed in a fire in 2012 but has now been restored.
Here’s an interior picture of that beautiful building.
This house also has beamed ceilings just like the cultural center.
The listing says there is a “new gourmet kitchen” with a 36 inch Wolf range, stainless steel appliances, 42 inch cabinets, granite counter tops and a farmhouse sink.
The basement has been waterproofed and there are new gutters.
It also has a landscaped back yard along with a 2-car garage.
There’s no central air, but the house has space pac cooling.
The house is listed for $550,000 and hasn’t reduced.
Is over $500,000 the new price point for this neighborhood in this hot market?
Denis Girard at Keller Williams Team Realty has the listing. See the pictures here.
2601 W. Lunt: 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, no square footage listed
- Sold in November 2009 for $373,000
- Originally listed in August 2016 for $550,000
- Still listed for $550,000
- Taxes of $6587
- No central air- but there’s space pac cooling
- Bedroom #1: 15×14 (main level)
- Bedroom #2: 15×13 (main level)
- Bedroom #3: 19×13 (second level)
- Bedroom #4: 14×12 (second level)
- Bedroom #5: 12×10 (second level)
- Florida room: 15×9