“The 32-foot-wide great deal is currently a rarity, but also the coach home is really something special,” list agent Greg Vollan of @properties told Curbed. “Coach houses are non-conforming under the town code, but have been essentially grandfathered in. This one has its own separate gate and walkway and may be used to generate income as a rental unit or even a Airbnb.”
Located on a tranquil tree-lined block from Chicago’s Ukrainian Village, this handsome rehab is a fine illustration of the way Chicago’s older homes can be updated to provide all the comforts and style of new construction without too comprising the look and feel of the first.
Contemporary family Dwelling behind a Historical 1906 facade
The updated historical home at 834 N. Winchester Avenue reach the market on Tuesday morning with the asking price of $1.25 million. The Ukrainian Village property last sold in 2012 for $880,000, records show.
The street is greeted by the four-bedroom residence with stone facade and a handsome brick that altered little as 1906. Behind its double entrance doors (likely left over from two-flat deconversion) the ground floor feels bright, open, and contemporary thanks to 11-foot ceilings, a custom built-in dry bar in the foyer, and a slick kitchen with white subway tiles and marble counter tops.
Other features include a large master suiteplus a living room, and a detached garage topped by wood beams and a two-bedroom coach home.