More Upgrades, Lower Prices on Four Unique Condos at Courthouse Square in Wheaton

April 28, 2010

Focus Development has improved the inclusions and lowered the prices on four ultra-luxury condominiums now available in the fully restored historic courthouse building within Courthouse Square in Wheaton.

The clock on the tower is now operational for the first time in years.

The four homes are located within the 114-year-old DuPage County Courthouse clock tower building, which has earned landmark status. The structure was refurbished over the last four years to convert its interior for residential use and restore its one-of-a-kind exterior.

The four custom condos remaining provide three bedrooms and three to three-and-a-half baths. They are:

*The Cornerstone, featuring a first-floor master suite, two outdoor balconies, a second lower level entrance and more than 3,400 square feet — move-in ready and priced at $929,900 (down from $1,449,900; all prices subject to change without notice).

*The Courtroom, boasting a two-story kitchen, formal living and dining rooms, first-floor master suite, family room with loft, office space and over 3,500 square feet — priced at $1,099,900 (reduced from $1,699,900) and available for immediate occupancy.

*The Chambers, offering a first-floor master suite, private patio, private ground floor in-law suite with separate entrance, and over 3,900 square feet — priced at $989,900 (down from $1,549,900). The Chambers can be further customized to suit a buyer’s tastes and will be available for delivery in as early as six months.

*The Clocktower, Courthouse Square’s premiere luxury residence, featuring a private clocktower balcony, master suite on each level, formal living and dining rooms and more than 4,600 square feet — priced at $1,349,900 (originally $1,949,900). The Clocktower also can be further personalized per the buyer’s preferences and will be move-in ready in as early as six months.

Courthouse Square of Wheaton gourmet kitchen.

Each unit includes completely redesigned kitchens and bathrooms, Wolf, Sub-Zero and Bosch appliances and custom cabinetry, hardwood flooring, 11-foot-high ceilings, a ventless gas fireplace with granite hearth and surround (per plan), nine-inch-high wood base moldings with cove detail, historically replicated windows with bronze screens, satin nickel lever door hardware throughout, and more.

Home hunters can get a firsthand, detailed look at the four units by attending a special tour scheduled for Thursday, May 6 from 6 to 9 p.m. that will also include a complimentary wine tasting and hors d’ouevres Reservations are required: Call (630) 690-5900 or e-mail info@HistoricCourthouse.com to RSVP.

Tours of the four final courthouse building condominiums are being conducted by appointment only. To schedule a visit, call Focus Development at (630) 690-5900. For more information, visit HistoricCourthouse.com.

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Lynn Walsh is the President at Walsh Communications, LLC. Walsh Communications is a full-service public relations, marketing and advertising agency for home builders and real estate-related industries.

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