Thursday, November 14, 2013

More Info On The 1896 Victorian Home

People may not be able to read the public notice from the street, but an intrepid reader did some online sleuthing and we're betting it reads something like this:

"Applicant seeks to construct a new building consisting of six residential units.  The subject property will be used for six residential dwelling units. Six parking spaces will be provided. No commercial space is proposed. The proposed building will be thirty-eight feet in height."
  • To see the entire zoning reclassification application filed by the prospective new owners, click here.
  • According to DNAinfo, the zoning request was to come before the Committee on Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards today, but was delayed at the request of Ald. Cappleman, who wants to get community feedback.
  • If you'd like to see what the inside of the house looks like, there are photos on Redfin.  Remember that the interior is gutted, which isn't very visible in the photos (very effective photography!).  But there are some pretty, pretty bones in that home.
  • To read a quick review of the issues involved, here's a link to Ald. Cappleman's newsletter from late October.


  1. It's so beautiful! I wish I could buy it now! :)

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    1. Last listed for $525,000 (