Beautiful oversized blond brick 2 flat features hardwood floors throughout, huge living room, dining room which leads to sun room with french doors, 2 large bedrooms and 1.1 baths on each floor. The building maintains beautiful architectural details including leaded windows, light fixtures and arched plaster entry ways. Rooms have been freshly painted. Basement is partially finished with 1/2 bath. There is a pretty yard which leads to 2 car garage. Garage is accessed through the alley. The driveway in the picture belongs to the neighbor. First floor has been occupied by the owner for many years and is now vacant. Second floor tenant will be moving by November 30th. Great location - walk to Park at the end of block, shopping and transportation.
This listing 5036 North Ridgeway Avenue Chicago, Il 60625
is a two to four units listing
with 4 bedrooms . 5036 North Ridgeway Avenue is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60625.
It has been listed on our site since 11/9/18.
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