Priciest homes that sold this week weren’t too pricey

Chicago’s 5 most expensive residential sales — 4 single-family homes and 1 condo — tallied just $6.7M combined

TRD CHICAGO /
Jul.July 10, 2020 10:00 AM
180 E. Pearson St. and 3933 N. Oakley Ave. (Redfin)

180 E. Pearson St. and 3933 N. Oakley Ave. (Redfin)

Chicago’s luxury residential market continues to suffer through the pandemic, as the five priciest homes that sold this week totaled just $6.7 million. That’s one of the lowest amounts all year. And it’s far lower than the five priciest home sales that closed late last month, which tallied $10.65 million.

Four of the five properties this week were single-family homes, all in the $1.3 million range and around 4,500 square feet. Two are in North Center, one is in Lincoln Park and another in West Town.

The lone condo that sold was a 57th-floor unit at Water Tower Place in the Near North Side.

Price and property details were found on Redfin, from July 4 to 10.

3933 N. Oakley Ave. | $1.5M | North Center
This six-bedroom, six-bathroom house includes a gas fireplace, with custom millwork and wainscoting throughout. The 4,500-square-foot home was built in 2012, and includes a rear patio with a stone fireplace and multiple sitting areas. The sale worked out to $333 a foot. The 2.5-car garage has a basketball court on the roof. Leigh Marcus of @properties had the listing and Alex Till of Baird & Warner brought the buyer.

2010 W. Bradley Place | $1.4M | North Center
This 4,600-square-foot single-family house includes six bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. The sale was pegged at $293 a foot. The home was built in 2003 and includes floor-to-ceiling windows in the kitchen. There is a full basement, and the yard has a sports court, outdoor kitchen with refrigerator, grill, bar and fireplace. The home includes a one-car garage and parking pad. Broker Elizabeth Suh had the listing and brought the buyer.

1225 W. Lill Ave. | $1.3M | Lincoln Park
This house was built in 2005, and includes five bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The kitchen opens to multiple outdoor spaces, including a large paver patio/yard. The two-car garage includes a new rooftop terrace. There are three fireplaces. Keith Wilkey of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Chicago had the listing, while Pamela Marshek of Compass represented the buyer.

2448 W. Ohio St. | $1.3M | West Town
This single-family home has five bathrooms and 3.5 bedrooms. The 4,200-square-foot property is the model unit of a four-home development built last year. The deal worked out to $301 a foot. The home includes 11-foot ceilings and a contemporary gas fireplace. There is a rooftop terrace that includes a fireplace and wet bar. Jason O’Beirne of Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty had the listing and brought the buyer.

180 E. Pearson St. #5701 | $1.2M | Near North Side
This 57th-floor condo unit in Water Tower Place has three bedrooms and three bathrooms. The unit is 2,754 square feet, pegging the sale at $445 a foot. It includes dark hardwood floors throughout, stainless steel appliances and granite kitchen countertops. The building was developed in 1975. Margaret Baczkowski of @properties had the listing and Michael Rosenblum of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Chicago represented the buyer.


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