I didn’t take this photo, but whoever did sure had a knack for framing that Nissan Altima in the foreground. Can you blame them? It’s a sweet-looking ride, but this is a real-estate site, not a car-lover’s site, and probably for good reason.
Miller Place has been on the market for quite some time. We first wrote about the Pilsen six-flat at 1615 S Miller St in April 2007. Pamela Holt from @properties says she didn’t have access to the building, and therefore wasn’t able to show it, until February of this year, after which she quickly sold three of its condos. Interest has dropped off since then, she says.
According to the MLS, each of the remaining two-bedrooms have 1,160 square feet. Two of are priced in the $340s and the third is priced in the $350s, Holt says. Parking is included with each home.
The remaining units have been discounted slightly: Our last post said these condos were started in the $360s, so it seems likely that the price has dropped by as much as $20,000 for at least one of these homes.
Miller Place’s Web site says the homes will feature oak hardwood floors with Brazilian cherry borders and a Frigidaire appliance package, and the building will have access to a landscaped back yard. The building was designed by Studio D Architecture, the same folks that brought us Cullerton Corners in Pilsen.
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