Evanston History Center now owns Dawes House

charlesdaweshouseThe Evanston History Center today has become the owner of the Charles Dawes House after year-long negotiations with Northwestern University.

Circuit Court Judge Kathleen M. Pantle  approved the transfer of ownership from Northwestern University to The Evanston History Center today.  Last year, Northwestern, citing fire hazards in the historic Dawes home, closed the history center, which has since reopened after repairs had been made.

The transfer of ownership includes funds from the Dawes Endowment, which Dawes established to care for the home and the collection stored there.  The university will continue to care for the records its holds that pertain to Dawes’ family and personal history as WWI Brigadier General and Vice President of the United States.

“We couldn’t be more pleased and excited about the way things have worked out,”  Marge Wold, president of the board of the Evanston History Center, said in a press release.  “This is truly an exciting time for EHC as we grow and change to take on the new responsibility of ownership of the Dawes House and develop new programs for an expanded role in our community. We thank the community for its support and say ‘stay tuned’ for all that is to come from EHC.”

The EHC research room re-opened in February 2009 and the house opened for tours in May 2009.  Currently the house is open for tours Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 1-4 pm.  The EHC research room is open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday from 1-4 pm.  For more information about all the EHC offers see its website: www.evanstonhistorycenter.org or call (847) 475-3410.

Closed Properties
511 Ridge #511 – Wilmette – $153,000 (foreclosure)
701 Ridge #2D – Wilmette – $175,000
727 Brummel – Evanston – $205,000 (foreclsoure)
490 Sheridan #2 – Evanston – $239,000
2601 Central #505 – Evanston – $285,000
2300 Sherman #3A – Evanston – $297,000
1236 Chicago #604 – Evanston – $300,000
1410 Wesley – Evanston – $335,000
813 Hinman – #1 – Evanston – $377,700
1373 Sherwood – Highland Park – $381,500
1011 Ridge – Evanston – $395,000
467 Green Bay – Highland Park – $527,000
477 Drexel – Glencoe – $655,000
936 Westmoor – Winnetka – $657,000
2730 Kelly – Highland Park – $685,000 (foreclosure)
635 Milburn – Evanston – $785,000
500 Monroe – Glencoe – $925,000
140 Wooded – Lake Forest – $940,000
184 Old Green Bay – Winnetka – $950,000
1106 Lincoln – Highland Park – $1,030,000
1841 Wedgewood – Lake Forest – $1,095,000
1911 Southmeadow – Lake Forest – $1,455,000
344 Locust – Winnetka – $1,515,000
211 Ninth – Wilmette – $1,597,500 
104 Longmeadow – Winnetka – $2,000,000
35 Green Bay – Lake Forest – $3,100,000
 
Contract Pending (List Price=LP)
9220 East Prairie #309 – Evanston – $225,000 LP
1924 Lee – Evanston – $353,000 LP
801 Hinman #1 – Evanston – $389,000 LP
821 Michigan #3 – Evanston – $390,000 LP
2138 Elmwood – Wilmette – $465,000 LP
2506 Prospect – Evanston – $579,000 LP
1788 Cavell – Highland Park – $579,000 LP
858 Spyglass – Highland Park – $649,900 LP
2414 Hartrey – Evanston – $689,000 LP
1702 Livingston – Evanston – $719,000 LP
1418 Florence – Evanston – $780,000 LP
1311 Asbury – Winnetka – $889,900 LP
924 Greenwood – Wilmette – $1,095,000 LP
919 Judson – Highland Park – $1,275,000 LP
2335 Greenwood – Wilmette – $1,375,000 LP

Based on information  from Midwest Real Estate Data for the period June 28, 2009 through June 30, 2009. Listing and solds by various participants of MRED.

For more real estate information, please call me at 847-512-2724 or email me at TPareti@rubloff.com

Sunday Open House – June 28, 2009

2302 noyes2302 Noyes – Open House – 12-2 p.m.

Affordable, adorable vintage NW Evanston home w/eat-in kitchen, FP, hdwd flrs, new tear-off roof, built-in bookshelves, finished walk-out basement w/full newly refinished BA, central air, patio, deck, updated mechanicals, front driveway for 2 cars & charming red-brick pavers leading to front door. Enjoy the block parties & walk to Haven, Kingsley & Ladd Arboretum, Central St shops, Metra, forest preserve, parks. Low taxes=$4,679.89

 

2012noyes

2012 Noyes – Open House – 2:30-4:30

Recently renovated charming two-story farmhouse with a newer kitchen, bathroom and upgraded electrical and plumbing. Special features include large wood deck off master bedroom, a front porch, a patio, hardwood floors throughout, stained-glass windows and a wood-burning fireplace. Walk to trains, shops, schools, parks, Ladd Arboretum, the river and bike trail, and the community garden. Enjoy two ananual block parties and a neighborhood movie night just across the street.

 Closed Properties
1741 Grey – Evanston – $115,000 (short sale)
2619 Central #1 – Evanston – $135,000
1101 Green Bay – Highland Park – $150,000 (foreclosure)
580 Sheridan #G – Evanston – $157,250
1321 Brummel – Evanston – $175,000 (foreclosure)
1393 Ridge – Highland Park – $180,000 (foreclosure)
613 Case – Evanston – 189,000 (foreclosure)
1429 Ferndale – Highland Park – $210,,000 (foreclosure)
2112 Darrow – Evanston – $230,000
557 Onwentsia – Highland Park – $295,500
929 Tower – Winnetka – $350,000
631 Pleasant – Highland Park – $365,000
1730 Hinman #3A – Evanston – $375,000
3112 Cranston – Evanston – $375,000 (short sale)
807 Davis #1512 – Evanston – 435,000 (foreclosure)
2124 Schiller – Wilmette – $450,000 (short sale)
752 Beverly – Lake Forest – $465,000
1773 Heather – Highland Park – $508,000 (foreclosure)
1107 Tower – Winnetka – $520,000
1506 Florence – Evanston – $529,000
514 Eighth – Wilmette – $592,000
2708 Harrison  – Evanston – $600,000
725 Apple Tree – Glencoe – $615,000
610 Fourth – Wilmette – $630,000
518 Greenwood – Evanston – $637,000
1510 Wesley – Evanston – $650,000
1014 Elmwood – Evanston – $665,000
510 Washington – Wilmette – $760,000
1733 Washington – Wilmette – $815,000
1351 Wild Rose – Lake Forest – $825,000
703 Sheridan – Evanston – $930,000
801 Roslyn – Evanston – $1,046,900
88 Indian Hill – Winnetka – $1,095,000
221 Linden – Wilmette – $1,215,000
825 Glen Oak – Winnetka – $3,240,000

 Contract Pending (List Price=LP)
2335 Foster – Evanston – $118,000 LP
8816 Ewing – Evanston – $157,900 LP
900 Oakton #1 – Evanston – $229,000 LP
120 Dewey – Evanston – $239,500 LP
1811 Greenwood – Evanston – $240,000 LP
9053 Ewing – Evanston – $319,000 LP
515 Main #502 – Evanston – $359,000 LP
41 Pierce – Highland Park – $369,900 LP
1508 Hinman #7D – Evanston – $375,000 LP
1601 Oakwood #207 – Highland Park – $399,000 LP
3535 Patten #6F – Highland Park – $399,000 LP
1410 Wesley – Evanston – $400,000 LP
2110 Noyes – Evanston – $449,000 LP
1065 County Line – Highland Park – $459,000 LP
345 Onwentsia – Lake Forest – $599,900 LP
719 Central – Evanston – $649,000 LP
514 Gregory – Wilmette – $979,000 LP
835 Linden – Wilmette – $840,000 LP
1204 Gregory – Wilmette – $979,000 LP
1071 Golf – Highland Park – $999,000 LP
3116 University – Highland Park – $1,099,999 LP
966 Marion – Highland Park – $1,150,000 LP
230 Oxford – Kenilworth – $1,599,000 LP

Based on information  from Midwest Real Estate Data for the period June 24, 2009 through June 28, 2009. Listing and solds by various participants of MRED.

For more real estate information, please call me at 847-512-2724 or email me at TPareti@rubloff.com

Evanston City Council rejects proposed Green Building Ordinance

green planetThe Evanston City Council Monday night unanimously rejected a proposed Green Building Ordinance that would have required from building owners a $50,000 deposit and LEED silver certification for any interior or exterior renovation of a commercial or multi-family building with more than 10,000 square feet.

Under the plan, building owners would have been required  to submit a $50,000 deposit to ensure they receive the LEED Silver certification for each renovation project.  If the certification could not be obtained, owners would risk losing the deposit, which would  be directed to a Sustainable Evanston Fund.

The proposed Green Building Ordinance was strongly opposed by the Evanston Chamber of Commerce and the North Shore Board of Realtors.  In a written statement after the Council vote,  Jonathan Perman, executive director of the Evanston Chamber of Commerce,  said the proposed ordinance “took a punitive approach” that sent a message: “We don’t trust you.”

“The ordinance, as written, would have placed an enormous burden upon the business and commercial building owners of Evanston and would have taken the city down a dangerous path of enforcement by security deposit,” Perman wrote.

The proposed Green Building Ordinance was passed by the Evanson Environment Board and supported by the Citizens for a Greener Evanston (CGE).

 
Closed Properties
8947 Lacrosse #2S – Skokie – $109,000 (foreclosure)
1027 Windsor – Highland Park – $185,000
7601 Lincoln #207 – Skokie – $189,500
831 Forest #1W – Evanston – $200,000
1250 McDaniels – Highland Park – $235,000 (short sale)
8548 Springfield – Skokie – $245,000
1660 First #104 – Highland Park – $275,000
724 12th #304 – Wilmette – $275,000
3951 Lee – Skokie – $345,000
1406 Ashland – Evanston – $502,000
28525 Oakhaven – Lake Bluff – $545,000
996 Beverly – Lake Forest – $665,000
1086 Spruce – Winnetka – $962,500
81 Locust – Winnetka – $4,950,000

Contract Pending (LP=List Price)
2012 Brown – Evanston – $129,900 LP
360 Ridge #7-2 – Evanston – $146,900 LP
823 Forest #1E – Evanston – $219,000 LP
9655 Woods #610 – Skokie – $375,000 LP
752 Beverly – Lake Forest – $489,900 LP
642 Prairie #642 – Wilmette – $550,000 LP
872 Edgewood – Highland Park – $649,000 LP
1126 Judson – Evanston – $700,000 LP
780 Green Bay – Lake Forest – 729,000 LP
462 Chestnut – Winnetka – $950,000 LP
1050 Forest – Wilmette – $1,829,000 LP
875 Gordon Terrace – Winnetka – $2,095,000 LP
1149 Laurel – Winnetka – $2,495,000 LP

Based on information  from Midwest Real Estate Data for the period June 21, 2009 through June 24, 2009. Listing and solds by various participants of MRED.

For more real estate information, please call me at 847-512-2724 or email me at TPareti@rubloff.com

Evanston single-family home sales in May show signs of life

The number of Evanston single-family home sales in May remained about the same, compared to the month of May last year. This is good news since sales were down considerably in March and April this year, compared to the same time last year.

The news isn’t so rosy in terms of the median sales price, which dropped more than 20 percent in May 2009, compared to May 2008 numbers.  The average market time remained about the same during May 2009, compared to the same time last year.  

 
 Closed Date: 05/01/2008-05/31/2008  

    Total Average LP Average MT
Sold   35 $624,368 149
Active   0 $0 0
Under Contract   0 $0 0
Other   0 $0 0
    Max Min Average Median
LP (35)   $1,695,000 $135,000 $624,368 $598,500
SP (35)   $1,540,000 $119,000 $591,541 $555,750

 Closed Date: 05/01/2009-05/31/2009  

    Total Average LP Average MT
Sold   34 $523,444 141
Active   0 $0 0
Under Contract   0 $0 0
Other   0 $0 0
    Max Min Average Median
LP (34)   $1,485,000 $52,900 $523,444 $472,000
SP (34)   $1,365,000 $25,000 $486,099 $441,250

 

 Closed Properties
1240 Park #301 – Highland Park – $80,000
1315 Monroe #1 – Evanston – $180,000
601 Linden #218 – Evanston – $184,500
3303 Wilmette – Wilmette – $221,000 (foreclosure)
13304 Heiden #0 – Lake Bluff – $225,000
9325 Ewing – Evanston – $292,000
2001 Sherman #210 – Evanston – $307,000
24152 Bridle Trail – Lake Forest – $310,000 (foreclosure)
823 Grey – Evanston – $330,000 (short sale)
1580 Sherman #203 – Evanston – $330,000
3521 Central – Evanston – $360,000
1516 Grove – Evanston – $370,000 (short sale)
208 Wood – Wilmette – $390,000
370 Washington – Glencoe – $450,000
712 11th #712 – Wilmettee – $535,000
932 Westmoor – Winnetka – $650,000
2541 Ridgeway – Evanston – $745,000
278 Ridge – Winnetka – $875,000
245 Greenleaf – Wilmette – $975,000
2427 Colfax – Evanston – $1,025,000
1250 Forest Glen South – Winnetka – $1,025,000
8  Honeysuckle – Lake Forest – $1,087,500
51 Warwick – Winnetka – $1,170,000
33 Scott Loop – Highland Park – $1,250,000
190 Suffolk – Lake Forest – $1,400,000
10 Lakewood – Glencoe – $3,350,000

 Contract Pending (LP=List Price)
101 Welwyn  #14-E – Lake Bluff – $229,900 LP
1660 First  #104 – Highland Park – $299,000 LP
516 Keeney #516 – Evanston – $369,000 LP
2636 Prairie #B – Evanston – $375,000 LP
240 Charles #240 – Wilmette – $395,000 LP
1736 Sunset – Highland Park – $529,000 LP
1401 Leonard – Evanston – $769,000 LP
1328 Greenwood – Wilmette – $799,000 LP
1495 Oakwood – Highland Park – $839,000 LP
1351 Wild Rose – Lake Forest – $925,000 LP
431 Central – Wilmette – $959,000 LP
2141 Washington – Wilmette – $1,049,000 LP
145 Oak Knoll – Highland Park – $1,49,000 LP
221 Linden – Wilmette – $1,298,000 LP
1060 Meadow – Lake Forest – $2,950,000 LP

Based on information from Midwest Real Estate Data for the period June 16, 2009 through June 20, 2009. Listing and solds by various participants of MRED.

For more real estate information, please call me at 847-512-2724 or email me at TPareti@rubloff.com

Broker’s Tour – June 16, 2009

2829sheridan1Today, I spent all my time exploring an historic limestone mansion at 2829 Sheridan Place in Evanston, which was built in 1911.

Known as the Edward Kirk Warren home, this vintage gem, located about a block north from the Lighthouse Beach,  is approximately 6,200 square-feet (though it appears larger) with 16 rooms, including five bedrooms and 4.2 baths.  There is a sliver of a Lake Michigan view (probably better views during winter) and is located on a quiet residential street just off of Sheridan Road in the Northeast Evanston Historic District.

Oak floors, stairs, wainscoting and trim flood this three-level  Gothic Tudoresque home.  There are three stone fireplaces, a ballroom, a grand staircase, a solarium, a separate servant’s wing with a butler’s staircase and an elevator. Vintage features are everywhere from stained-glass windows, crown mouldings and an exquisite vaulted ceiling with a carved honeycombed pattern in the living room.

The lot is irregular with about 26,125 square-feet of land. The bathrooms and kitchen are dated and need some updating, although some of the wall tile looks great. Price tag-$2,500,000.

Closed Properties
1300 Heiden #3207 – Lake Bluff – $120,000
134 Green Bay #107 – Winnetka – $200,000
488 Sheridan #2 – Evanston – $224,000
984 Burton – Highland Park – $225,000
1625 Sheridan #501 – Wilmette – $237,000
322 Romona – Wilmette – $330,000
824 Cherokee – Lake Forest – $340,000
624 Willow – Winnetka – $350,000
415 South – Evanston – $361,500
960 Harvard – Highland Park – $400,000
1640 Maple #606 – Evanston – $475,000
2022 Sherman – Evanston – $475,000
1205 Noyes – Evanston – $495,000
1614 Spencer – Wilmette – $535,000
507 Forest #507 – Evanston – $558,000
2525 Hartzell – Evanston – $887,000
713 Maclean – Kenilworth – $1,00,000
1738 Highland — Wilmette – $1,075,000
946 Bob-o-link – Highland Park – $1,080,000 (short sale)
327 North – Lake Bluff – $1,200,000
833 15th – Wilmette – $1,350,000

Contract Pending – (LP=List Price) 
2150 Sherman #4C – Evanston – $249,900 LP
2601 Central #501 – Evanston – $299,000 LP
1120 Ridge – Lake Forest – $359,900 LP
351 Newman – Lake Bluff – $568,000 LP
28525 Oakhaven – Lake Bluff – $599,999 LP
754 Northmoor – Lake Forest – $699,000 LP
477 Drexel – Glencoe – $725,000 LP
1106 Lincoln – Highland Park – $1,249,000 LP
1911 Southmeadow – Lake Forest – $1,625,000 LP
1328 Elmwood – Wilmette – $1,649,000 LP
825 Glen Oak – Winnetka – $3,950,000 LP

Based on information from Midwest Real Estate Data for the period June 13, 2009 through June 16, 2009. Listing and solds by various participants of MRED.

For more real estate information, please call me at 847-512-2724 or email me at TPareti@rubloff.com

Come say hello to good buys tomorrow

Come visit me at my open houses in Northwest Evanston Sunday.

2302 Noyes – 12-2 p.m. (Just reduced price!)

2012 Noyes – 2:30-4:30 p.m.

 

2302 noyes

 

2302 Noyes

$414,900

 

Affordable, adorable vintage NW Evanston home w/eat-in kitchen, FP, hdwd flrs, new tear-off roof, built-in bookshelves, finished walk-out basement w/full newly refinished BA, central air, patio, deck, updated mechanicals, front driveway for 2 cars & charming red-brick pavers leading to front door. Enjoy the block parties & walk to Haven, Kingsley & Ladd Arboretum, Central St shops, Metra, forest preserve, parks. Low taxes=$4,679.89.

 

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2012 Noyes

$489,000

 

Recently renovated charming twow-story farmhouse with a newer kitchen, bathroom and upgraded electrical and plumbing. Special features include large wood deck off master bedroom, a front porch, a patio, hardwood floors throughout, stained-glass windows and a wood-burning fireplace. Walk to trains, shops, schools, parks, Ladd Arboretum, the river and bike trail, and the community garden. Enjoy two ananual block parties and a neighborhood movie night just across the street.

Today’s Closed Properties
853 Pleasant – Highland Park – $150,000 (foreclosure)
1923 Sherman #2N – Evanston – $180,000
1234 Elmwood #2A – Evanston – $220,000
647 Broadview – Highland Park – $377,500
602 Sheridan Square #1 – Evanston – $415,000
814 Hinman #1 – Evanston – $420,000
1491 Asbury – Winnetka – $460,000
807 Davis #310 – Evanston – 501,000
111 Sheridan  – Lake Forest – $605,000 (foreclosure)
391 Adams – Glencoe – $640,000
1514 Lake – Wilmette – $695,000
1744 Central – Wilmette – $712,500
260 Beech – Highland Park – $849,900 (foreclosure)
1306 Hilary – Highland Park – $877,500
385 Basswood – Lake Forest – $1,035,000
1800 Amberley – #309 – Lake Forest – $1,035,005
2634 Laurel – Wilmette – $1,087,500
235 Mary – Glencoe – $1,300,000
266 Hazel – Glencoe – $1,390,000 (short sale)
100 Church – Winnetka – $1,450,000
1040 Oak – Winnetka – $1,717,000

 Contract Pending – (list price=LP)
146 Clyde #2E – Evanston – $61,875 LP
1609 Howard #3 – Evanston – $64,900 LP
2730 Central #3B – Evanston – $149,900 LP
809 Judson #1E – Evanston – $158,000 LP
1002 Washington #3E – Evanston – $229,000 LP
835 Judson #309 – Evanston – $299,000 LP
410 Green Bay – Glencoe – $320,000 LP
557 Onwentsia – Highland Park – $330,000 LP
322 Romona – Wilmette – $349,000 LP
2629 Princeton – Evanston – $399,000 LP
253 Sheridan  – Lake Bluff – $439,000 LP
1205 Noyes – Evanston – $529,900 LP
467 Green Bay – Highland Park – $599,9000 LP
1614 Spencer  – Wilmette – $599,000 LP
428 Brookside – Wilmette – $599,000 LP
507 Forest #507 – Evanston – $599,900 LP
1510 Wesley – Evanston – $679,000 LP
1437 Sheridan #1437 – Wilmette – $695,000 LP
2730 Kelly – Highland Park – $742,500 LP
934 Marion – Highland Park – $799,000 LP
385 Ridge – Winnetka – $949,000 LP
120 Bertling – Winnetka – $949,900 LP
854 Highview – Lake Forest – $995,000 LP
823 Ashland – Wilmette – $1,095,000 LP
104 Longmeadow – Winnetka – $2,700,000 LP
505 Hoyt – Winnetka – $4,995,000 LP

Based on information from Midwest Real Estate Data for the period June 10, 2009 through June 13, 2009. Listing and solds by various participants of MRED.

For more real estate information, please call me at 847-512-2724 or email me at TPareti@rubloff.com

Kudos to Omar – another Evanstonian with a heart

omar

Omar Gutierrez recently committed an act of kindness that I love hearing about.

If you haven’t already heard, Gutierrez of 142-148 Clyde in Evanston, went to the aid of a pizza delivery man who was attacked last week in South Evanston. The two offenders kicked and beat Stephen Walker and then stole and destroyed his car. 

Gutierrez witnessed the attack and called 911. Afterward, Gutierrez went out of his way to collect donations for Walker, who lives in an Carol Stream apartment. Gutierrez and Brummel Park Neighbors also set up a website to raise money for Walker.   So far, more than $6,000 has been raised.   Read more

Today’s Closed Properties
130 Callan #1B – Evanston – $60,000 (foreclosure)
137 Ridge #1E – Evanston – $143,000
834 Hinman #1 – Evanston – $152,000
800 Judson #102 – Evanston – $155,000
439 Dodge #O – Evanston – $186,100
1812 Colfax – Evanston – $380,000 (short sale)
2301 Thayer – Evanston – $435,000
1123 Hull #1 – Evanston – 440,000
3237 Thayer- Evanston – $500,000
2711 Broadway – Evanston – 555,000
2210 McDaniel – Evanston – 630,000
1409 Wilder – Evanston – 1,365,000
1925 Birchwood – Wilmette – $380,000
901 Yale – Wilmette – $467,500
715 Laurel – Wilmette – $1,093,000
329 Rosewood – Winnetka – $554,000
130 Old Green Bay – Winnetka – $1,433,500
400 Sheridan – Winnetka – $1,800,000
1090 Westmoor – Winnetka – $2,250,000
1030 Sheridan – Glencoe – $565,000
550 Sunset – Glencoe – $565,000
1085 Beinlich – Glencoe – $1,500,000
1025 Eastwood – Glencoe – $2,350,000
263 Hawthorn – Glencoe – 2,725,000
2116 St. Johns – #D – Highland Park – $174,000
3380 Old Mill – Highland Park – $190,000 (foreclosure)
626 Plesant – Highland Park – $260,000
1663 Northland – Highland Park – $368,000
45 Bernard – Highland Park – $710,000
1219 Glencoe – Highland Park – $900,000
2233 Egandale – Highland Park – $2,500,000
501 Oakwood #3B – Lake Forest – $410,000 (foreclosure)
1111 Inverlieth – Lake Forest – $480,000 (short sale)
721 Hunter – Lake Forest – $1,375,000 (foreclosure)
780 Hunter – Lake Forest – $1,700,000
379 Bridle – Lake Forest – $2,000,000

Contract Pending – (list price=LP)
1729 Grey #1724 – Evanston – $64,500 LP
1923 Sherman #2N – Evanston – $190,000 LP
1321 Brummel – Evanston – $202,500 LP
490 Sheridan #802 – Evanston – $239,000 LP
1580 Sherman – #802 – Evanston – 249,900 LP
727 Monroe – Evanston – $275,000 LP
9524 Hamlin – Evanston – $569,000 LP
1014 Elmwood – Evanston – $699,000 LP
2606 Park Place – Evanston – $870,000 LP
724 12th  #304 – Wilmette – $299,900 LP
1500 Sheridan #9H – Wilmette – $495,000 LP
208 Fourth – WIlmette – $599,000 LP
1514 Lake – Wilmette – $755,000 LP
211 Ninth – Wilmette – $1,679,000 LP
1015 Ash – Winnetka – $899,000 LP
1093 Elm – Winnetka – $1,549,000 LP
953 Spruce – Winnetka – $1,749,500 LP
81 Locust – Winnetka – $5,200,000 LP
370 Washington  – Glencoe – $499,000 LP
1393 Ridge – Highland Park – $249,900 LP
1114 Princeton – Highland Park – $399,000 LP
1773 Heather – Highland Park – $490,900 LP
13000 Heiden #3207 – Lake Bluff – $135,000 LP
319 Vincent – Lake Bluff – $1,199,000 LP
Based on information from Midwest Real Estate Data for the period June 1, 2009 through June 9, 2009. Listing and solds by various Participants of MRED

For more real estate information, please call me at 847-512-2724 or email me at TPareti@rubloff.com

New on the Market – Open House today -2:30-4:30 p.m.

2012noyes2012 Noyes

Evanston

 

 

RECENTLY RENOVATED CHARMING TWO-STORY FARMHOUSE WITH NEWER KITCHEN, BATHROOM AND UPGRADED PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL. SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDE LARGE 15 X 11 BALCONY OFF MASTER BEDROOM, A FRONT PORCH, A PATIO, HARDWOOD FLOORS THROUGHOUT, STAINED-GLASS WINDOWS AND A WOOD-BURNING FIREPLACE. WALK TO TRAIN, SHOPS, SCHOOLS, PARKS, LADD ARBORETUM, THE RIVER AND BIKE TRAIL AND THE COMMUNITY GARDEN.

Also, come see 2302 Noyes today at my open house from noon-2 p.m.

 

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