600 S 49th St 3B – SOLD

Posted on 03/04/2016

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Enjoy the ease of maintenance of condo living without sacrificing square footage in this nicely laid-out, totally turnkey unit in a great location near Baltimore Ave. All the right modern bells and whistles–central air, recessed lighting throughout, beyond-tastefully renovated kitchen and bathrooms–blend perfectly with lovely historic touches like original hardwood floors, deep window sills, an original decorative mirrored mantel and even the original carved wooden banister in the common area. The open-concept living area has three large windows overlooking pretty tree-lined Cedar Ave and flows directly into the kitchen, which features granite countertops with breakfast bar and deep stainless steel undermount sink, stainless steel Frigidaire appliances and 42-inch maple cabinetry. No one needs or wants a formal dining room anymore; follow the lead of the current owner and use a dining room table that folds away into a console to optimize the space. The bedrooms and living area are on opposite ends of the hall, which is great for privacy or light sleepers. The master bedroom has a large walk-in closet with custom built-ins and its own en suite bath with white subway tile shower surround with black tile border and a marble-topped vanity. The second bedroom is also spacious, with two oversized windows and its own nice-sized closet. The hall bath has fun green walls, ceramic tile tub surround and a granite-topped vanity. There’s an in-unit laundry room, not merely an awkward closet, complete with storage and shelving. This pet-friendly building provides an extra storage unit in the basement, great for bulky seasonal items and all those mementos you just can’t part with. The location can’t be beat–Cedar and Clark parks, Mariposa Food Co-op, Satellite Coffee, the Gold Standard Café, VIX Emporium, the newly opened Snapdragon Flowers and Gifts and the 34 trolley line are all super-convenient.

  • $250,000 – SOLD
  • 2bd/2ba
  • 1,013 sq ft

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