PULLMAN HISTORIC DISTRICT! "Skilled Craftsman" Row House - charmingly restored! First built in 1883, this well-preserved four-bedroom, one-bath row house features a formal dining room, a new kitchen, a new bath, ten-foot ceilings, and oak hardwood floors. The owners carefully preserved the original floor plan, woodwork, four-panel doors, hardware, and banisters -- a highlight is the uniquely original dining room configuration for this row house design. The entry vestibule displays a new tile floor replicating a vintage template. The original fireplace mantel was stripped, oiled, and restored. The new kitchen boasts custom "San Antonio" maple cabinets, a quartz countertop, a farmhouse sink, new tile, and new appliances. The innovative bath features a deep tub, subway tile, a skylight, and a new shaker floor tile completed in a historical pattern. All the existing wood windows were stripped and restored (with new brass chains) and function well. Several aspects include all new electric and plumbing throughout the home, new insulation, and central air in 2022. The spacious yard has a 1-car garage. This historical row house was recently restored with slate on the mini-mansard roof and is on a 20-foot by 124-foot lot (and the district has no homeowner assessments). This row house was built as part of the Original Town of Pullman, constructed in the 1880s by George Pullman, founder of Pullman's Palace Car Company. Today, located in the Pullman National Historic Landmark District since 1970, a City of Chicago Landmark District since 1972, and within the Pullman National Monument declared in 2015, has restoration happening throughout the area. Easy access to i-94 and Metra Electric trains. If you want a completely upgraded and historically preserved home, this home is it!