The blue and stainless steel kitchen. | Photos by Redfin, courtesy of Redfin listing agent Michael Linden
There’s a pop of color in every room.
The River West neighborhood, a mix of repurposed brick buildings and newer apartments, is an ideal place to live if you want to be downtown but not entirely enveloped in all the skyscrapers. A fully renovated 2,000-square-foot unit in a group of ’90s townhouses just came on the market.
The two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom condo has a clean, modern aesthetic. The entryway features a paneled mirror accent wall, and the hall leads to an extra-wide open living room and kitchen with floor-to-ceiling windows on either end.
The design is non-traditional and eye catching—everything from the dusty blue lacquer kitchen cabinets, the wavy stainless steel range hood, the tubular towel holders, and funky purple glass light shades. Although the floors and walls are neutral, there’s a single pop of color in every room.
The master bedroom has a wall of windows, deep closets, and a Roman bathroom which means the shower area is separated from the double vanity by a glass wall. There’s also a free-standing soaking tub and a heated towel rack.
On the top level there’s a den area and a built-in golden yellow malm fireplace. Sliding glass doors lead out to a nice sizee rooftop deck with lounge seating and a grill.
Love what you see? 663 North Sangamon Street Unit 4S is listed for $609,000.
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