Photos by VHT Studios, courtesy of @properties listing agent Robert Yoshimura
The triplex is in a converted Motor Row building
A top-floor, triplex loft in Bronzeville with a private rooftop space listed earlier this month. The 42-unit condo building is a converted Motor Row building—the historic district is known for a series of automobile showrooms built between 1905 and 1936.
The 26th Street timber condo was remodeled and newly includes a quartz waterfall island, butler’s pantry, built-in wine refrigerator, laundry room, and new LED chandeliers. The home comes with three bedrooms and three bathrooms—the master suite set up on the second, lofted level. Next to the master bedroom is a lounge area which looks out to a wall of windows and the living room below. On the third level there’s a luxurious shower and bathtub with a mini, horizontal fireplace.
The top floor opens up to a private rooftop deck equipped with a bar, hot tub, fire pit, and string lights. For a converted loft, this amount of outdoor space is a major perk.
Love what you see? 50 East 26th Street Unit 404 is asking $650,000. The assessments are $848 per month.Recommend0 recommendationsPublished in