Photos by Luxe Home Photos, courtesy of Laurie Shapiro with Gagliardo Realty Associates
Enjoy old-school wood trim, doors, leaded windows, plaster ceilings, and crown moldings
While Chicago and its adjacent suburbs constructed more than 100,000 bungalows between 1915 and 1930, some examples stand out from the crowd—like this attractive four-bedroom located just outside of Chicago proper in Oak Park.
Built in 1929 toward the tail end of the bungalow boom, the historic residence features a tan brick facade with green trim, arched leaded glass windows, and an octagonal front room. Inside, the well-maintained home has plenty of original features including a decorative fireplace, wood trim, doors, plaster ceilings, and crown moldings.
There are two bedrooms on the first floor plus two more on the upper level. The property also boasts a redesigned kitchen that complements the historic character of the home, a partially finished lower level with a family room complete with a bar, and a matching detached garage.
Located at 1210 N. Grove Avenue, this picture-perfect Oak Park bungalow is currently listed for $669,000 by Laurie Shapiro of Gagliardo Realty Associates.
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