Single-family homes dominate Chicago’s priciest resi sales of week

The properties — including 3 in Lincoln Park — sold for a combined $9.9M, relatively unchanged from the prior week

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Apr.April 20, 2020 10:14 AM
1826 N. Cleveland Avenue and 2724 N. Bosworth Avenue (Credit: Redfin)

1826 N. Cleveland Avenue and 2724 N. Bosworth Avenue (Credit: Redfin)

Four of the five priciest residential sales in Chicago last week were single-family homes, and the combined price for the pack remained essentially unchanged from the week before.

The only condo to make the list was also the week’s most expensive sale, closing at $3 million for a three-bedroom unit in a 92-year-old building in the Near North Side. But it was Lincoln Park that had three of the five top sales, with Lakeview rounding out the list.

The four single-family homes included one from 1884 and a pair built in 2002.

The $9.9 million tally for all five properties was slightly higher than the $9.7 million from the week before.

Price and property details were found on Redfin, from April 13 to April 20.

1430 N. Lake Shore Drive #14 | $3M | Near North Side

This condo is spread across 4,300 square feet, with three bedrooms and three bathrooms. The full-floor unit in a 1928 building includes a private entrance. The sale penciled out to $709 a foot. Smart-technology has been installed throughout. Jeani Jernstedt of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Chicago had the listing and Mark Markarian of Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty represented the buyer.

1026 W. Altgeld St. | $1.9M | Lincoln Park

This single-family home includes 5,200 square feet with five bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. The 2002-built home has been updated with a butler’s pantry and silestone counter among other features. The price per square foot worked out to $361. There is also a gas fireplace in the master bedroom, and the home includes a two-car garage and a deck. Nancy McAdam of Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty had the listing and Kieran Conlon of Compass brought the buyer.

1826 N. Cleveland Ave. | Lincoln Park | $1.8M

This single-family home was built in 1884, and has four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bedrooms across 3,588 square feet. The 770-square-foot basement can be finished. The third-floor includes a sun deck, and the home has a two-car garage. The sale worked out to $498 a foot. Coldwell Banker Residential’s Jonathan Litwin had the listing, and Lindsay Everest of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Chicago represented the buyer.

1333 W. George St. | Lakeview | $1.6M

Built in 2012, this house includes six bedrooms and four bathrooms over 4,400 square feet. The price per square foot penciled out to $359. The home has a rear terrace with an outdoor fireplace, and there is a deck over the home’s two-car garage. Jennifer Ames of Engel & Voelkers Chicago had the listing and Compass’ Jeff Lowe represented the buyer.

2724 N. Bosworth Ave. | Lincoln Park | $1.6M

This home has six bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms over 5,400 square feet of space. Built in 2002, the property includes newly refinished wide-plank oak flooring with a fireplace in the family room. The bluestone patio includes a grill. The price worked out to $287 a foot. Jeff Lowe and Joy Larkin of Compass had the listing while Sherri Hoke of Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty represented the buyer.


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