In a story about how much curb appeal can impact the sale of a home, Aaron Share and Jennifer Mills Klatt’s listing at 2448 N. Monticello in Chicago was featured. Aaron also spoke to the publication about why curb appeal can be an important factor to consider when putting your house on the market. 2448 N. Monticello, a vintage three-bedroom home in Logan Square, was improved by the sellers with brand new siding, landscaping features, and a new mailbox and numbers, giving it a refreshing look. To read the original article, please click here.
Sally Mabadi’s listing at 1700 Asbury in Evanston was highlighted in Chicago Magazine as a beautiful Victorian residence on the market. Built in 1888 with extensive improvements completed in recent years, this 5,345 square foot home boasts six bedrooms, four full and one half baths, and an amazing third floor loft with a bedroom suite included. To read the original article, please click here.
Michael Shenfeld’s listing at 1781 Reserve Court in Highland Park garnered attention for its master bathroom in an article that discusses incredible spa bathrooms on the North Shore. The shower in this five bedroom, six and one half bathroom home is unique, boasting two entrances. To read the original article, please click here.
Joe Schiller, of our Lincoln Park | Clybourn office, is featured in a YoChicago video. In the clip, Joe takes viewers on a tour of his listing at 1614 North Leavitt in Chicago’s Bucktown neighborhood. Though the home is only 10 years old, the design is reminiscent of a 19th century Victorian, mixing both modern and classic design. You can watch Joe in the segment below, or click here.
Mitch Serrano of our Mag Mile office has been mentioned in two recent stories in DNAinfo.com. His listing at 999 North Lake Shore Drive, Unit 3A, has been featured for its stunning, Beaux-Arts style, designed by architect Benjamin Marshall. Mitch’s other listing, 219 East Lake Shore Drive, Unit 11CD, has been written up for its magnificent views of Oak Street Beach.
Susan Dickman, of our Gold Coast office, has been mentioned in a Chicago Magazine article about coach houses! The piece discusses how these smaller properties are often an affordable alternative to the larger, higher-priced homes next door. Susan’s listing, 1068 North Marshfield is featured as an example of a great grab, as single family homes in East Village are not typically available at its price point. To read the original piece, please click here.
Upscale Living Inside and Out!
Todd Schissler and Joe Schiller’s listing, 1614 North Leavitt, is the focus of a Crain’s piece about the “bygone era” of Bucktown. While the home reflects a lot of classic character, the 4 bed/3.1 bath was actually built in 2004. The exterior retains quite a bit of vintage detail, reminiscent of the area’s older homes. To read the full article, please click here.
1955 N. Burling, Janet Owen’s spectacular listing in Lincoln Park, was featured in an article in Splash. The strong luxury housing recovery is the focus of this story, which discusses the flurry of high-end listings that have hit the market and are making noise this summer. With six bedrooms, eight full and five half baths, this amazing home also has a two bedroom guest house and a picturesque view of the skyline. To read the original article, please click here.