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Graceland West – tour a new 6-bedroom single-family

4116 N Greenview, Graceland West, Chicago IL

Take a tour of 4116 N Greenview Ave, a brand new 6 bedroom, 3.5 bath home on an extra deep lot in Lake View’s Graceland West neighborhood.  The solid home features hardwood floors, custom millwork over-sized fireplaces. Wired for sound and light, you’ll find all the appointments you’d expect in a luxury single-family home. The ...

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Posted by sponsored post on July 16, 2012
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Open house Sunday: A “ten-star location” in Graceland West

1465 W Cullom Ave, Chicago

Almost none of the listings posted in the past 24 hours advertise an open house for this weekend. One of the few is a four-bedroom / two-bath home at 1465 W Cullom Ave, a “ten-star location” at the “epicenter of beautiful Graceland West,” according to Realtor Marlene Granacki of RE/MAX Exclusive Properties. (Walk Score doesn’t ...

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Posted by Joseph Askins on March 11, 2011
ChicagoNorth Side

A $2.6M Uptown sale? If only…

1454 W Warner Ave, Chicago

A Crain’s news nugget about a $2.69 million sale in Uptown had me all excited this afternoon — after all, the median sale price for an Uptown single-family over the past three years has been just under $400,000, and nothing in the neighborhood has sold for more than $1.8 million during that time. This place ...

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Posted by Joseph Askins on January 13, 2011

Stupid Realtor tricks: 23 $1,000 reductions in 42 days for a Graceland West Victorian

4023 N Paulina St, Chicago

OK, everybody in class stare at the single-family at 4023 N Paulina St. It obviously wants our attention, so we’ll give it some. In May this 6,400 square-foot, six-bedroom Victorian home went on the market for $1.98 million, and stayed at that price until the end of September, when it dropped to $1.85 million. Since ...

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Posted by Joseph Askins on November 9, 2010