CHICAGO, IL -- If you love cars so much you'd consider moving into your garage, we've got a house you just have to see to believe.
The former mechanic's garage converted into a 7,600 square-foot home in Chicago's Logan Square neighborhood could be all yours for $2.85 million.
Completely rehabbed in 2008 with a chef's kitchen and media room, the residence retains its industrial character with its bow-truss ceilings and cement floors. It also includes a landscaped interior courtyard, roof deck, and views of the 606 Trail.
DNAInfo reports that even after the price was reduced from $3.25 million, the six-bedroom home is currently the most expensive home on the market in Logan Square.
And don't worry, there's still plenty of space for your car collection. There are two attached two-car heated garages.
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Realtor: George Furla
2436 W. Bloomingdale is listed for $2.85 million in Chicago's Logan Square neighborhood.