Now for sale is The Rose House, built in 1897. It was owned by Dickinson L. Rose who was a local real estate agent and inventor. It is located in the Historic Lincoln Park District and is itself also on the National Register of Historic Places. The house was a victim of a fire a few years ago and has been brought back to life by Josh Kelley, a local developer. Because of its French Renaissance-inspired design it is an unusual member of the Lincoln Park District. The exterior is original and is built of reddish-brown pressed brick with smooth, yellow limestone trim. It overlooks Lincoln Park. Aside from the foundation and brick exterior, everything else is new. There are 5 apartment units. 3 of the units contain 2 bedrooms; one of the units is a 1 bedroom, and one studio unit. This is a rare opportunity for a buyer to own a piece of history that produces income. Rental income projections are as follows: Studio$850 1 Bedroom$850 2 Bedroom$1,100 2 Bedroom$1,200 2 Bedroom$1,275
Total$5,275 per month $63,300 per year
Operating Expenses $15,825
Cap Rate 7%
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