This week was expectedly slow for residential sales, with all of the priciest single family homes and condos closing in the days before Christmas.
Four of the five biggest deals of the week were for single family homes on the Wide Side, ranging in price from $2 million to $1.3 million. The outlier is a Trump Tower condo on the Near North Side, which sold for $1.8 million.
The five homes sold for a combined $8 million.
Price and property details were found using Redfin, from Dec. 20 to 27.
1965 W. Evergreen Ave. | $2 million | West Town
Interior designer and “Windy City Rehab” host Alison Victoria breathed new life into this single family home in Wicker Park, built in 1885, through a recent rehab. The two-story house has five bedrooms, four and a half baths, theater, sauna and a big backyard. Ryan Preuett and Chris Fixler of Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty had the listing. The buyer was represented by Chicago Properties Firm owner and managing broker Sam Shaffer. The home was listed in March for $2.3 million.
401 N. Wabash Ave., #84F | $1.8 million | Near North Side
This nearly 12-year-old condo is located on the 84th floor of the Trump Tower, just north of the Loop. It has two bedrooms and 2.5 baths, plus views of Lake Michigan, the Chicago River and Millennium Park. The condo previously sold for $2.1 million in August 2014. It was listed with Patricia Kryder of Prospect Equities Real Estate. Lauren Wood of Compass represented the buyer.
1620 W. Pierce Ave. | $1.75 million | West Town
On the border of Wicker Park and Bucktown, this single family home offers six bathrooms, five full bathrooms and two partial bathrooms. Property records indicate the house hasn’t been lived in since it was built in 2018. Patrick Ryan of Genuine Real Estate Corp represented the seller and Alex Wolking of Keller Williams Chicago-Lincoln Park represented the buyer.
2447 W. Moffat St. | $1.3 million | Logan Square
V & M Development built this 3,700-square-foot single family home in Logan Square earlier this year. The house has five bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, heated floors, a backyard and a garage roof deck. Compass brokers Michael Yeagle and Curtis Crotty had the listing. It was bought with Compass broker Jeff Lowe.
2033 W. Cortland St. | $1.3 million | Logan Square
This three-story single family home in Logan Square has a penthouse with two custom built-out roof decks including a pergola, bar, grill, outdoor television and turf sky lawn. It previously sold for slightly less than $1.3 million in August 2014, several months after it was built. Jesse Masin of @properties had the listing. Mehdi Mova of Compass represented the buyer.