A quiet retreat in Lincoln Park, this one bedroom, one bathroom with a patio is the perfect residence or rental property nestled onto tree-lined Arlington Pl. This open-layout condo features separate dining and living areas, with granite counters in the kitchen, W/D in unit and plenty of storage. Perhaps best of all, the large patio off the living room allows for a sectional lounger and grill for cozy dinners and unwinding outdoors. Additional exterior storage unit downstairs measures approx 3.5x3.5x7. Professionally managed, no rental restrictions. Come find your place on Arlington Pl!
This listing 625 West Arlington Place 2s Chicago, Il 60614
is a attached single listing
with 1 full bath, 1 bedroom and approximately 600 square feet. 625 West Arlington Place 2S was built in 1905. 625 West Arlington Place 2S is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60614.
It has been listed on our site since 8/1/18.
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Located on Chicago’s Near Northwest side, Lincoln Park is one of the city’s most well-known neighborhoods.
Close to the Loop and close to the Lake, Lincoln Park has been a desirable address for many years. It is a fully developed community replete with theaters, restaurants, boutiques, upscale national retailers and a vibrant nightlife. You can easily find everything ...
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