This 3-bedroom vintage condo at 2415 W. Lunt in the Indian Boundary Park neighborhood of West Ridge originally came on the market in May 2016.
Built in 1930, the building has 6 units.
At 2,000 square feet, the unit is larger than many single family homes.
It has unique vintage features including vaulted beamed ceilings, coved moldings, arched doorways, and French doors.
The fireplace is decorative (which I think everyone would agree is obvious when looking at the pictures).
One of the baths has the original tile.
The kitchen has Corian counter tops, a tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances.
There’s no central air. It has window units.
There’s also no in-unit washer/dryer.
But the unit does have garage parking.
The property has been on and off the market since last May.
It is on the same block as the Indian Boundary Park and steps from Western Avenue with its restaurants, shops and buses.
It has been reduced $19,900 to $245,000 in that time.
The low inventory has meant market times have dropped.
But what will the 2017 market be for properties like this one that are outside the Green Zone?
Holly Bergren at Dream Town Realty has the listing. See the pictures here.
Unit #3E: 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2000 square feet
- Sold in February 1989 for $125,000
- Sold in September 2001 for $204,000
- Sold in March 2009 for $280,000
- Originally listed in May 2016 for $264,900
- Currently listed for $245,000 (includes garage parking)
- Assessments of $450 a month (includes heat, exterior maintenance, scavenger and snow removal)
- Taxes of $3479
- No central air. Window units only.
- No in-unit washer/dryer
- Decorative fireplace
- Bedroom #1: 17×13
- Bedroom #2: 18×11
- Bedroom #3: 12×9
- Dining room: 17×12