Hard to say what's most unique about this relatively large Grant Park bungalow: the expanded attic with floor-to-ceiling wood details or the doors made of (what appears to be) reclaimed wood — the same stuff that lines at least one of the rooms. This 2,300-square-foot, three-bedroom, two-bathroom residence at 701 Hansell St. was built in 1920, according to Zillow. The listing boasts of a kitchen with new stainless steel appliances, Brazilian granite countertops, and a guest shower with walk-in stone floors. Improvements include a new roof, plumbing and tankless water heater. Oh yeah, and there's a Koi fountain outside. Listing price is $439,000 for this one. Certainly not the most expensive single-family option to emerge in the neighborhood of late.
Revived Grant Park Home has Old-School Feel
Circa-1920 abode boasts unique wood, stone details for $439K