This 3-bedroom townhouse at 820 W. Wolfram in Lakeview just came on the market.
The 6-unit complex was built in 1979 and appears to be fee simple (which means the units do NOT pay assessments.)
From prior listings in the complex, it appears they are all 3 bedroom, 2 bath units of 1530 square feet.
This unit was sold just last August and has been completely gutted.
It is one of two street facing units that has a 20×15 front walled patio.
An entire glass front which opens onto the patio has been installed on the first floor allowing for an open kitchen/living space with the patio.
The floors are light wood (the dark walnut wood floors are now “out”- by the way).
The kitchen has white modern cabinets with Wolf, Bosch and Subzero appliances and “waterfall” countertops.
There are frosted sliding room doors and walls of marble.
The third bedroom is on the third floor with the other two bedrooms on the second floor. There’s no basement.
The townhouse has central air and a parking space (is this an outdoor space?)
It has come on the market at the price of $799,000.
At 1530 square feet, that would be $522 a square foot.
In comparison, 1250 square foot 2/2s in Helmut Jahn’s popular Streeterville high rise at 600 N. Fairbanks are listing around $580 a square foot.
Will this property command a price over $500 a square foot in this location?
Will this be one of the most expensive (per square foot) properties to ever sell in Lakeview?
Brad Lippitz at KoenigRubloff has the listing. It appears to be agent owned. See the pictures here.
Unit #F: 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, no square footage listed
- Sold in April 1990 for $360,000
- Sold in November 1993 for $197,000
- Sold in August 2013 for $80,000 (according to public records)
- Currently listed for $799,000
- No assessments
- Taxes of $6916
- Central Air
- Parking included
- Bedroom #1: 17×15 (third floor)
- Bedroom #2: 12×11 (second floor)