Designed in 1895 by Prairie-style master Frank Lloyd Wright, Chicago's Waller Apartments, as our cousins over at Curbed Chicago are quick to point out, have seen better days. Originally it was a complex of five buildings, but one was destroyed by fire in the 1960s. This particular unit is in need of a complete renovation, with appliances and fixtures having been torn out following a foreclosure last year. So what's the upside to this tragic tale? Well, after hitting the market last summer at $169K, the three-bedroom, 1.5-bath unit with 1,200 square feet is now asking just $60K.
· 2848 W Walnut Ave [Redfin]
· Own a Frank Lloyd Wright in Chicago for $60,000 [Curbed Chicago]