Market watch: condos and single-family homes in Bucktown

Urban Sandbox

After establishing itself as a go-to posh spot, Bucktown has upped the ante with even more stores including the new Bebe and Lululemon and other new boutiques.  If parks, bars and boutiques are what you’re looking for in your immediate neighborhood, consider these new construction options.

Two-bedroom condos :

  • One 2-bath condo in an elevator-serviced  four-flat at 1739 N Milwaukee Ave, priced in the $430s. The home, marketed by Conlon Real Estate, has high ceilings with exposed beams, a steam shower, and parking in a heated, attached garage.
  • One duplex-up with 2.5 baths in a three-flat at 1605 N Oakley Ave, priced in the $490s. The home, marketed by @properties, comes with two private terraces, one garage parking spot and one outdoor parking spot, A/V wiring, and a jet tub “filled from the ceiling.”

Three-bedroom condos:

  • Two simplexes and one duplex with two to three baths in a three-flat at 2318 N Hamilton St, priced from the $420s to the $520s. Each unit, marketed by Coldwell Banker, has a balcony and a shared sun deck, storage room and bike room. This project is in the early stages of construction.
  • One unit with two baths in an elevator-serviced four-flat at 1739 N Milwaukee Ave, priced in the $480s. The home, marketed by Conlon Real Estate, has high ceilings with exposed beams, a steam shower, and parking in a heated, attached garage.
  • One unit with two baths in a five-unit building at 2353 W Belden Ave, priced in the $490s. The home, marketed by Koenig & Strey GMAC Real Estate, has a private rooftop deck, and a master bath with rain and body sprays and a six-foot Whirlpool tub.
  • One unit with 3.5 baths at 1954 N Wilmot Ave, priced in the $540s. This contemporary home, marketed by @properties, has an open floor plan and backyard.
  • One unit with two baths at 2152 W North Ave, priced in the $540s. This “penthouse,” marketed by Sudler Sotheby’s International Realty, has Sub-Zero, Wolf and Bosch appliances, master bath with steam and rain shower, a garage space, and a view of the skyline from the front terrace.
  • One unit with two baths at Urban Sandbox, 1615 N Wolcott Ave, priced in the $640s. This home, marketed by RCR Realty Inc, has 10-foot ceiling heights with floor-to-ceiling windows, Sub-Zero appliances, and a private terrace.
  • One unit with 2.5 baths at 1746 W North Ave, priced in the  $990s. This home, marketed by Prudential Rubloff, has Viking appliances, two 40-foot wide balconies and two deeded parking spots.

Single-family homes:

  • A four-bedroom / 3.5 bath home at 2333 W Shakespeare St, priced in the $970s. This 3,400 home, marketed by Property Consultants Realty, is right on Holstein Park with dry and wet saunas and heated floors.
  • A four-bedroom / 3.5-bath home at 1934 N Wood St, priced at $2.39 million. This 6,500 square-foot home, marketed by Property Consultants Realty, sits on an oversized lot and has a vaulted ceilings, a steam/sauna room, balcony and wet bar.
  • A four-bedroom / 4.5-bath home, part of the Urban Sandbox development at 1627 N Wolcott St, priced at $2.49 million. The 6,163 square-foot home, marketed by RCR Realty, won the 2009 Best In American Living Award with its 30-by-23-foot landscaped terrace, master suite with city views, Hansgrohe steam shower, freestanding tub, and an attached four-car garage.
  • A five-bedroom / five-bath home at 1759 N Wilmot Pl, priced at $2.62 million. This 6,500 square-foot home, marketed by Property Consultants Realty, has a deck, patio, hot tub, sauna, wood-burning fireplace and a media room.
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