Charming Victorian 2-flat in prime east Lakeview location and Alcott Elementary. Quiet tree-lined street just steps from restaurants, Trader Joe's, lake, zoo, theater and el. Both units are 2 bed/1 bath with hardwood floors and high ceilings. 1st floor has large open Living/Dining Room and eat-in Kitchen with Viking stove. 2nd floor features woodburning fireplace in the Living Room and eat-in Kitchen with new appliances. Wonderful private brick paver patio in rear. Unfinished attic and basement for duplex potential. Laundry in basement. All new windows in 2013 and new siding in 2017. Great for investor or owner with extra rental income. 1st floor is currently owner occupied and 2nd floor is rented for $1800/mo with lease expiring 9/30/18. Permit parking.
This listing 2821 North Burling Street Chicago, Il 60657
is a two to four units listing
with 4 bedrooms . 2821 North Burling Street is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60657.
It has been listed on our site since 6/9/18.
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