This 2-bedroom at 836 W. Wrightwood in Lincoln Park came on the market in April 2014.
It is in a vintage 15-unit building that was built in 1884.
(Wasn’t this building used as an apartment in one of those Focker movies?)
It has all the features that a first time buyer would be looking for including central air, washer/dryer in the unit and a parking space behind the building.
The front of the unit is south facing so it gets a lot of light.
There is exposed brick and a wood-burning fireplace.
The kitchen has white cabinets, granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances.
It is not located next to an El train line or the metra.
It is just a few blocks to the Diversey brown line stop.
It has been on the market for 51 days and has been reduced $15,000.
With rising rents, isn’t this a good rental alternative?
Why isn’t this selling if the market is so hot?
Brian Loomis at Coldwell Banker has the listing. See the pictures here.
Unit #2: 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, no square footage listed
- Sold in April 1994 for $128,000
- Sold in September 2006 for $334,000
- Originally listed in April 2014 for $375,000
- Currently listed for $360,000
- Assessments of $248 a month (includes cable)
- Taxes of $4156
- Central Air
- Washer/Dryer in the unit
- Parking included
- Bedroom #1: 13×9
- Bedroom #2: 11×9