While rather tiny by typical measures of a "mansion," a newly listed executive rowhouse in Chicago's Pullman district is certainly not short on style.
Priced at $189,990, the 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom home, built in 1875, features three fireplaces and an updated kitchen and bathrooms spread amongst its three stories. It also comes with a striking back yard.
While Pullman was originally built by George M. Pullman as an industrial town, it was annexed into the city of Chicago as part of Hyde Park Township in 1889 -- despite the fact that a majority of Pullman residents voted against the move. The district has gotten landmark status from the state of Illinois, the city of Chicago and has also been received National Historic Landmark District designation.
According to Curbed, the home, located at 645 E. 111th St., would have rented for between $28 and $50 a month to Pullman honchos back in the day. And though this listing price is markedly more than that -- it's still quite the bargain.
Photos from the MRED/Wilk Real Estate listing courtesy Estately.