Listed by Michigan Avenue’sMonique Crossan, 30 E. Scott Street in Chicago was featured as a Chicago Tribune Dream Home. The 3,350-square-foot Gold Coast residence has been completely renovated. It has four-bedrooms, three full and two half baths, a handsome landscaped roof top terrace and graces a one-way tree-lined street steps from the park, beach, restaurants, boutiques and more. To read the story, please click here.
Crain’s Chicago Business covered Sophia Worden’s upcoming Old Town listing at 235 W Eugenie Terrace #T2. The condo is being sold by Chicago International Film Festival founder Michael Kutza who has lived there 57 years. The residence is decorated predominantly in black and white, a fitting tribute to the classic films he loves. The two-bedroom, 1,350 square foot condo is offered for $499,000. To read the story, please click here.
James Larson of the Glenview office has a fantastic Homer Glen listing that was featured as a Chicago Tribune Dream Home. The Victorian-style home at 13138 W. Chicago Bloomington Trail has eight bedrooms, five full and one half bathrooms and a two-story foyer. The finished walk-out basement has a full kitchen, wet bar and gaming areas. Additionally, there’s a seven-car garage, a screened Tiki bar, in-ground pool, a pergola with a fireplace and a horse barn. To reach the story, please click here.
Karen Ranquist of the Clybourn office was quoted in Crain’s about her new treetop Bucktown condo listing. The award-winning, glass and steel boutique elevator building was a former Builder Magazine Project of the Year. Floor-to-ceiling commercial windows, Arclinea wood dream kitchen and expansive 24 x 6 covered balcony with glass panels are but a few of the highlights in this 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1,750 square foot designer condo located at 1615 N. Wolcott Avenue, #302. For more information or to read the story, please click here.