Tiny House for Sale in Chicago


A 144-year-old tiny house on Menomonee Street is for sale. In 1871, the Great Chicago Fire tore through town. Three hundred people were killed and 17,000 buildings were destroyed. Tiny homes rose out of the ashes.

More than 100,000 people, which was a third or the city’s population, were homeless. Relief shanties were built by the thousands, and could be bought furnished for $125.

David Hawkanson bought the tiny home, one of the few that are left, eight years ago. It’s offered at $795,000.

A bit on the expensive side, but a beautiful old house.

Listing: www.atproperties.com/…

Article: www.6abc.com/…

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