Single-family homes dominate priciest resi sales of the week

The total price for the 5 top residential sales was down again last week

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Jun.June 16, 2020 10:21 AM
1932 N. Sedgwick Street and 1921 N. Dayton Street (Courtesy Redfin/VHT Studios)

1932 N. Sedgwick Street and 1921 N. Dayton Street (Courtesy Redfin/VHT Studios)

Chicago may have reopened for business earlier this month but luxury home sales are still scuffling.

The five priciest residential sales last week totaled $11.7 million, the second week in a row the amount has fallen.

Four of the five most expensive sales were single-family homes, and three of those were in perennially-popular Lincoln Park. That included the priciest sale, a six-bedroom house on North Dayton Street, built in 2014, and that closed for $3.2 million. The other two were in the Near North Side and North Center.

The shift back to single-family homes on this list comes after a couple of weeks in which condo units dominated the priciest sales, led by Ascend Realty’s new Superior House complex.

Price and property details were found on Redfin, from June 10 to 16.

1921 N. Dayton St. | $3.2M | Lincoln Park

This 5,100-square-foot home was built in 2014 and has a limestone facade. The property was custom built by Savane Properties, and includes six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. The sale worked out to $623 a foot. There is a 900-square-foot roof deck, and a third-floor office. The property includes a heated walkway from the house to the two-car car garage and heated front steps. Scott Stavish of @properties had the listing. Ronda Fish of Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty brought the buyer.

351 W. Huron St. #4 | $2.9M | Near North Side

This four-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom condo is in the Brooklyn Chicago development, built in 2018 and designed by Hartshorne Plunkard. The unit includes private elevator access and wide plank floors, 10-foot ceilings and an expansive terrace. The master suite features a private outdoor terrace. There is also a private garage. Jodi Serio and Maria Troyanovsky of @properties shared the listing. Laura Bibbo Katlin of @properties brought the buyer.

1906 W. Bradley Place | $2M | North Center

This house was built in 2015 and includes five bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. The sale for the 4,900-square-foot home penciled out to just under $425 a foot. There is a heated deck with fireplace, a sports court deck and a two-car garage. Grace Sergio and Tina Culver of Sergio & Banks Real Estate shared the listing and Carrie McCormick of @properties represented the buyer.

1850 N. Orchard St. | $1.9M | Lincoln Park

This 3,700-square-foot single-family home has four bedrooms and four bathrooms. The deal for the property worked to roughly $500 a foot. The home includes a fireplace and an attached one-car garage. Stacey Grossman of Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty had the listing. Jason Davis of Compass brought the buyer.

1932 N. Sedgwick St. | $1.7M | Lincoln Park

This single-family home was built in 1880, and includes five bedrooms and four bathrooms. The home has hardwood floors, high ceilings and a decorative fireplace, along with the original staircase. There is stair access to the roof. Pamela Rueve of Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty had the listing. The buying agent was not listed.


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