Mid-Century Project in Seward Park

Who is looking for a mid-century fixer upper project? Here’s one in Seward Park for $300k at 5200 S Frontenac St. 2 beds, 2 baths, 2,300 square feet. It is going to need some love!

5200 S Frontenac St - Exterior

5200 S Frontenac St - Living Room

5200 S Frontenac St - Kitchen

5200 S Frontenac St - Lower Level

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About Matt Goyer

I'm the publisher of Urbnlivn and a real estate agent. I love lofts, floating homes, new construction and mid-century moderns but will help you buy or sell just about anything.

If you'd like to work with me you can reach me at matt@urbnlivn.com.

  • Steven Lazen

    Definitely needs work but not a bad deal. Another 200,000-300,000k and you have an incredible, custom home at the market value for the area.
    I would love to design the remodel so I will shamelessly plug my services at:

  • Ballardista

    What is a $/sf one should use to calculate remodeling these days (to studs). I’ll take a look at your portfolio. Thanks.

  • Steven Lazen

    There are many factors that would influence cost. If you are interested a walk through with an architect would be a first step as well as a discussion of budget, scope of the remodel, and time frame

  • Adrian Chu

    Looks like it would be a fun project!