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Renovated Lincoln Park Abode Returns to Market, Asks $790K

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This Lincoln Park row house was last sold in January 2012 for $535,000, roughly one year after a top-to-bottom renovation. Now, it's back on the market for $790,000, more than a quarter of a million dollars higher. On the main floor, you can find gleaming hardwood flooring, built-ins, and an open floor plan. The kitchen features high-end stainless steel appliances, a gas range, and an island that can also be used as a breakfast bar. In the master bedroom, a vaulted ceiling causes the room to feel the most spacious in the house along with recessed lighting and a skylight to keep the space well lit. Unfortunately, from what can be seen in the listing photos, it looks like the three other bedrooms are kind of a tight squeeze. The lower level basement is finished and comes with a washer and dryer, bathroom, and a space that can be used for a home office. This four-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom listing's next homebuyer will also be provided two parking spaces.


· 124 16th Street NE [Redfin]
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