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Three Floyds co-founder pays $1.3 million for house in West Town

Nick Floyd, co-founder of Three Floyds Brewing, the out-of-the-way brewery and pub in Munster, Ind., on Feb. 9 paid $1.3 million for a three-bedroom, 4,000-square-foot single-family house in Chicago's West Town neighborhood.

Floyd co-founded Three Floyds in 1996 and since that time has won plaudits for helping to spark a renaissance in craft beer in the Chicago area.

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Nick Floyd, co-founder of Three Floyds Brewing, in 2012 at the brewery in Munster, Ind. Floyd bought a $1.3 million house in Chicago's West Town community.
Nick Floyd, co-founder of Three Floyds Brewing, in 2012 at the brewery in Munster, Ind. Floyd bought a $1.3 million house in Chicago's West Town community. (Antonio Perez / Chicago Tribune)

Built in 1890, the two-story house has been renovated and now has a 6-foot privacy wall surrounding it. Features include 3 1/2 baths, a family room with new built-ins, a home automation system, an attached and heated two-car garage with a mudroom, and a master suite with a vaulted ceiling and dual custom walk-in closets.

The house had been listed for $1.375 million.

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Michelle Arseneau of McColly Bennett Real Estate, who represented Floyd in the purchase, declined to comment.

Crain's Chicago Business first reported on the deal.

Bob Goldsborough is a freelance reporter.

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