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Although it is just one Chicago condo developments in the Bucktown neighborhood, Willow Court is a favorite among neighborhood locals. Located at 2024 W. Willow St, these beautifully-crafted residences provide quality construction, spacious layouts and all the modern amenities you need to live in comfort. The various floorplans cater to single residents and families alike with as few as 2 bedrooms, or as many as 3 separate sleeping spaces to house the whole crew-including Fido and Fluffy, since the building has a "pets allowed" policy.
Just to give you the big picture, the units here average roughly 2,000 square feet, with the price per square foot at $274. In addition to a varying number of bedrooms, the range of dwellings here accommodate with different sized kitchens, living rooms, dining rooms and family rooms. For example, if you are big into cooking and like to have the counter space to match your passion, there are 120 square-foot kitchens, not to mention 323 square-foot dining room in which to serve your culinary creations.
In addition to knowing how big the place actually is - and whether you'll be able to fit your sectional sofa in the living room - potential buyers also find it helpful to get the lowdown on the selling history and current trends of properties in the building. In the case of Willow Court, the minimum time from the listing to closing date that a unit in this building has been on the market is around 30 days, while the maximum is around 90 days. Depending on the number of bedrooms, the average market time for a property in this building fluctuates. For instance, a unit in Willow Court with 2 bedrooms has typically been up for sale for 32 days while a place with 3 bedrooms tends to stay on the market for around 90 days.
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