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Washington Square West surprises with modern interior, asks $925K

Plus: There’s a backyard patio

This Washington Square West home is on the market for $925,000.
Photos by Drew Callaghan for Kurfiss

A home in Washington Square West, steps from Louis Kahn Park and Seger Park, has hit the market for less than $1 million after undergoing a top-to-bottom renovation.

Located at the corner of 11th and Lombard, one might be surprised by the modern interiors found behind the brick facade of the rowhome. The 1,878-square-foot home was stripped to its brick walls and completely rehabbed in 2012. The current owners have made even more upgrades to the property since then, including installing a new roof just this year.

Today, it’s a four-bedroom, two and a half bath home furbished with high-end finishes like ebony hardwood floors and a marble fireplace in the living room. On this same level is the large kitchen, which is lined with warm, custom-made cabinetry and a large window.

The home itself seems light and airy with its open floor plan and large windows in nearly every room, but it doesn’t require much to get some actual fresh air: The living room opens up to a surprisingly spacious back patio, surrounded on three sides by a tall brick wall.

The asking price of this home at 424 S. 11th Street is $925,000.