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Perfectly updated midcentury ranch in Lafayette Park asks $279K

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This wonderful unit in the Chateaufort Co-op has lots of extra space for entertaining

Photos by Kyla Pedraz

Lafayette Park’s townhomes are beautiful examples of midcentury modern design. But some have seen little to no renovation in 60 years. So it’s always nice when one that’s been smartly updated hits the market. That’s certainly the case for this one, which just listed at $279,000.

The unit for sale is part of the Chateaufort Place Cooperative, which has 60 ranch-style homes with a similar aesthetic to the nearby Mies van der Rohe–designed townhomes. Like all Chateaufort units, this one has three bedrooms and two full bathrooms spread across 1,400 square feet on a single floor. It also comes with a private courtyard.

This particular condo, as we mentioned, has gotten a nice renovation. The updated galley kitchen has newer appliances and a tiled floor that extends to the foyer. The master bathroom now has a walk-in glass shower. The hardwood floors and walls shine. And the basement has been fully finished with lots of additional space for an office and entertaining.

The monthly co-op fee is around $750, but it covers a lot—property taxes, water and sewerage, landscaping, plumbing maintenance, and more.

1548 Chateaufort Place is listed for $279,000 listed with Tim Gilson of Gilson Home Group.

Two sets of wood cabinets in either side of a narrow kitchen.
The updated galley kitchen.
A room with orange leopard carpet and some leather sofas and chars facing a flat-screen TV.
The living room and dining area look out onto the courtyard through floor-to-ceiling windows.
A bed with white sheets and a wood frame next to a long wood dresser and mirror. The walls are a greenish-yellow.
One of three bedrooms in the midcentury ranch.
A long room with gray walls, black sofas and chars, and a flat-screen TV.
The finished basement adds lots of extra space.
Including a room for a potential office.
Back of the house has big slabs of tile with covered patio furniture.
The private courtyard made of stamped concrete.