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Open Houses to Hit This Weekend {Sept 26 & 27}

Three thresholds we're dying to cross.
By Caitlin Clark |

Do you like to home ogle? Do you like driving by houses and thinking to yourself, “I’ve been in there. Their indoor hot tub was quite appealing”? Do you actually need to find a new home to live in? Every other week, we scout out three open houses in three different neighborhoods that look well worth the trip.


4512 Bluffview Blvd | Open Sunday, 2 – 4pm


The Neighborhood: Bluffview

The Price: $3,100,000

Why It Looks Cool: If you passed this house while driving, you’d almost certainly slow down to get a better look. You’d admire its beautiful blend of Spanish and modern architecture. You’d covet its three-car garage and striking front doors. You’d be curious to know if the interior could keep up with the fantastic façade. From the looks of the listing, we’d venture to think that it does.


3629 Princeton Ave | Open Sunday, 2 – 4pm


The Neighborhood: Highland Park

The Price: $2,525,000

Why It Looks Cool: If Nancy Meyers ever made a film featuring a fairy tale princess-esque lead, she’s probably location scout this charming ‘20s Tudor. She’d trade out the leather sofas for creamy couches, but she could make great use of the open, airy kitchen, and the backyard is practically begging for some twinkle lights. We’d see that movie!


2824 N Hall St | Open Saturday, 12 – 2pm


The Neighborhood: Uptown

The Price: $2,150,000

Why It Looks Cool: You’ve seen them: the crazy gorgeous townhomes behind Del Frisco’s Grille in Uptown. So you certainly don’t take the opportunity to see one of their exquisite interiors lightly. You’ll soak up all four levels of luxury living and fully explore the spacious rooftop terrace with its unobstructed views of downtown. You’ll take note of every state-of-the-art appliance and interesting fireplace or light fixture. You’ll leave that townhome on Hall Street feeling satisfied. Those towering French townhomes hold no secrets from you now.

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