Here are the priciest resi sales in Chicago this week

Most of the top deals are for newly renovated single family homes.

Dec.December 06, 2019 10:28 AM
From left: 403 North Wabash Avenue, 2238 North Magnolia Avenue and 1428 West George Street (Credit: Redfin, Realtor)

From left: 403 North Wabash Avenue, 2238 North Magnolia Avenue and 1428 West George Street (Credit: Redfin, Realtor)

The priciest home to sell this week is a four-bedroom condo in Belgravia Group’s newly constructed Renelle on the River that went for more than $3.35 million. The other sales are of single family homes ranging from $2.6 million to just under $1.6 million.

The five most expensive homes sold for a combined $11 million.

Price and property details were found using Redfin, from Nov. 30 to Dec. 6.

403 N. Wabash Ave., PHA | $3.35 million | Near North Side
This nearly 3,500-square-foot condo in Belgravia Group’s Renelle on the River building features four bedrooms and four bathrooms. The 50-unit condo tower offers many amenities to residents, including a private yoga room in the fitness center, a dog run and a rooftop lounge with a game room, a media room, indoor and outdoor kitchens and an outdoor terrace with a fireplace. It was initially listed for just over $3.2 million in October 2017, around the time construction began, and sold for more than $3.3 million on Thursday, according to Redfin. Several other Renelle condos have made our weekly lists of priciest resi sales in the past few months. Elizabeth Brooks and Pamela Albrecht of Belgravia had the listing.

2238 N. Magnolia Ave. | $2.6 million | Lincoln Park
Built in 2013, the most impressive features of this five-bedroom single family home are its wine closet and heated sidewalks, front steps and rear patio. It previously sold for just over $3 million in June 2014. The buyer got a discount on the property; it was asking $2.9 million when it was first listed in September. Cheryl Reimer of Mark Allen Realty handled the listing. Debra Dobbs of @properties represented the buyer.

1428 W. George St. | $1.8 million | Lakeview
This six-bedroom, seven bath single family home has a penthouse comprised of one bedroom, a wet bar and a rooftop deck. The house was purchased for $620,000 in March 2015 and then renovated and flipped for over $1.8 million in June 2016, according to Redfin. Robin Phelps and Amber Kardosh of @properties represented the seller, while Joseph Kotoch of Compass represented the buyer.

1647 N. Wolcott Ave. | $1.675 million | West Town
At nearly 5,000 square feet, this single family home in Bucktown has six bedrooms and six baths. It offers multiple outdoor spaces, including a garage deck with a pergola and a rooftop deck with city views. It previously sold for $1.7 million in October 2014. Jeff Lowe of Compass represented the buyer and seller.

2019 W. School St. | $1.6 million | North Center
This five-bedroom, six bath single family home is a newer construction in Roscoe Village.
The 4,200-square-foot home was built in 2016, when it previously sold for $1.7 million.
Leigh Marcus of @properties had the listing. Monique Pieron of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Chicago represented the buyer.

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