Monday, October 04, 2010

Speaking of Lincoln Park homes...

These classic pre-1900 row homes below (with the bay windows) are located at the southeast end of North Lincoln Avenue where it meets Wells Street and Old Town.

The last row house to sell in this unique and cosmopolitan stretch of Lincoln Park was 1826 N Lincoln Avenue... a three beds, two and one-half bath home with garage parking (rare) for $825,000 almost a year ago. Not many go up for sale in a year's time. The row home sits on a 17x100 lot and was modestly updated. It was listed and sold by my brokerage, Prudential Rubloff Properties, Lincoln Park.

As long as I mentioned a relatively newer development in Lincoln park yesterday, why not show a couple photos of the real Lincoln Park charm? It's hard to beat walking the quiet, tree lined Lincoln park streets on a Sunday morning as I was last weekend (before the Green Bay Packers beat the Lions...).

Here's the scene at the corner of Orleans and Wisconsin...

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