Here are the priciest resi sales in Chicago this week

The three condos and two single family homes sold for a combined $13 million

TRD CHICAGO /
Dec.December 13, 2019 01:00 PM
Clockwise from top left: 2856 N. Hermitage Avenue, 3625 N. Bosworth Avenue, 415 E. North Water Street, 676 N. Kingsbury Street and 159 E. Walton Place

Clockwise from top left: 2856 N. Hermitage Avenue, 3625 N. Bosworth Avenue, 415 E. North Water Street, 676 N. Kingsbury Street and 159 E. Walton Place

Two single family homes and three condos all on the North Side were involved in the biggest home sales this week. All of them sold for more than $1.5 million.

The priciest home is a gargantuan house in Lakeview, which sold for more than $4.3 million. Another home in the neighborhood made the list at $1.7 million.

The three other priciest homes are all condos on the Near North Side, ranging in price from $3.3 million down to $1.6 million.

In all, this week’s five most expensive homes sold for a combined $13 million.

Price and property details were found using Redfin, from Dec. 7 to 13.

2856 N. Hermitage Ave. | $4.3 million | Lakeview
Apparently Lakeview has actual mansions, since this five-bedroom, eight-bath single family home near the Chicago River sold for more than $4.3 million on Dec. 11. The house features an indoor basketball court, library, penthouse, elevator and a big outdoor space overlooking a park. It previously sold for over $3.6 million in July 2011. The listing agent was Nancy Tassone of Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty and the buying agent was Lisa Resek-Peck of @properties.

676 N. Kingsbury St., Ph 03 | $3.3 million | Near North Side
This tri-level penthouse condo on the sixth floor of the Ronsley building in River North closed for more than $3.3 million on Dec. 12. Its four bedrooms, five bathrooms, kitchen, dining room and more occupy almost 4,300 square feet in the 41-unit condo conversion of an industrial property near the Chicago River. Michael Battista of Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty had the listing. The buyer was represented by Edward Skae @properties.

159 E. Walton Pl., Unit 15A | $2 milion | Near North Side
Overlooking Lake Michigan on the 15th floor of the Palmolive Building, formerly the headquarters for headquarters of the Colgate-Palmolive and Playboy, this three-bedroom, 3.5 bath condo sold Dec. 10 for $2 million, slightly under the September listing price. It previously sold for over $2.3 million in August 2015. Emily Sachs Wong of @properties represented the seller and Kathleen Malone of @properties represented the buyer.

3625 N. Bosworth Ave. | $1.7 million | Lakeview
This newly constructed single family home with six bedrooms and six bathrooms sold for more than $1.7 million on Dec. 11. It has a spacious patio and deck over the two-car heated garage. It was listed by Thomas Moran by @properties and bought with Julie Busby of Compass.

415 E. North Water St., #2101 | $1.6 million | Near North Side
On Dec. 11, this duplex on the 21st floor of the River West condo building near Navy Pier sold for just over $1.6 million. It offers three bedrooms, all on the second floor, 2.5 baths, a recently renovated kitchen and two balconies. The condo has increased in value some since it last sold for $1.5 million in August 2014. Deborah Ryder of American International Realty had the listing. The buyer was represented by Caroline Druker of Baird & Warner.


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