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Bright condo in a 19th-century Old Town Triangle building asks $465K

The sunny unit has hardwood floors, crown molding, French doors, and a old-school bay window. | Photos courtesy Thomas Campone, Keller Williams Chicago-Lincoln Park

Imagine working from the unit’s bright home office

Perched on the top floor of a historic 1880-era building at the corner of Wells Street and St. Paul Avenue, this Old Town Triangle condo combines a charming interior and great Lincoln Park location.

The sunny corner unit offers both the character of hardwood floors, crown moldings, and French doors as well as the contemporary appeal of a newer kitchen, an open living area, a fresh coat of paint, and a pair of updated bathrooms.

There’s a handsome fireplace in the master suite, and the second bedroom is staged as a appealing home office space—which gets tons of natural light thanks to its floor-to-ceiling Chicago style bay window.

The Old Town Triangle residence is currently listed for $465,000 by Thomas Campone of Keller Williams Chicago-Lincoln Park. Monthly HOA fees run an additional $425.

The open living area and kitchen get natural light on two sides.
The compact kitchen has a stone counter breakfast bar and stainless steel appliances.
The space off of the living room can be used as a study, family room, or second bedroom.
The master bedroom has a fireplace and its own ensuite bathroom.

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