Top 7 Best Interior Decorated Homes For Sale in Chicago Now

No one likes the thought of moving, so what if you could move into your dream home and only bring the essentials? These 7 homes are perfectly staged, we wouldn’t want to change a thing! From a homey feeling to boho chic and even Mid-century Modern, these homes are set and ready to be your humble abode. Check it out!

2033 N Fremont Street – $3,670,000

5 Beds | 4 Baths | 5,182 sq ft

1753 W Wabansia Avenue – $3,495,000

7 Beds | 4 Baths | 7,000 sq ft


1848 N Paulina Street – $3,475,000

6 Beds | 6 Baths | 7,500 sq ft

2124 W Pierce Avenue – $2,950,000

4 Beds | 4 Baths | 7,039 sq ft

1858 N Howe Street – $2,795,000

4 Beds | 5 Beds | 6,000 sq ft

1138 N Hoyne Avenue – $2,790,000

5 Beds | 3 Baths | 5,000 sq ft



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Renovated Bronzeville Row Home Asks $649K

A recently renovated Bronzeville Row Home has just hit the market at an unbeatable price. Located at 3655 King Dr, the single family home hosts 6 bedrooms, 3 full and 1 half bathrooms. Some things new to the home include beautiful oak flooring and roughed-in plumbing for the wet bar and chef’s kitchen, along with an updated electrical and newly installed HVAC system. The asking price is $649,900.


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For additional information on this property and Chicago real estate, contact: 

Hasani Steele (312) 735-9971







Channel 7 News Reports on our Church Video

Convert this beautiful Chicago church in your home:

Northside’s Oldest Black Church is Moving

When you drive through the Lincoln Park community past the zoo on Clark St., an older church building stands out among the modern high rises. The historic Hermon Baptist Church located at 1754 N. Clark St. is the oldest African American Church on the North Side. In 1887, the church started with 13 members who worked for some of the city’s wealthier families; these members would walk from the Gold Coast to the South Side to worship. At the time, Greater Bethesda and Olivet Baptist Churches were located in the Black Belt (Bronzeville). Needing a place of worship, they landed at a few locations on the North Side before ending up at the Lincoln Park Location. Pastor Keith L. Edwards will have the last service at the church on Sunday March 4th.

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With over 140 years of history and memories inside, turn this exquisite church into the home of your dreams. If you are a preservationist reuse the existing building to create your home that preserves and honors the history within.

Alternatively, get creative by tearing down the walls and create the home of your imagination. Customize it to your wildest dreams, create a luxury home and express your full creative vision.

When you buy this beautiful historical church, the choice is yours. This is a unique once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own the home of your dreams!


Contact Scott M. Siegel, ABR at 773-968-110


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