Excellent income property in Lakeview! Attractive yellow brick 3-flat in condo quality condition featuring three 2 bedroom, 1 bath units and a finished basement that includes a bar/party room and a half bath. Located near the Irving Park Brown Line El stop, this building has long-time owners who maintained the building well. Upgrades include remodeled kitchens and baths with high-end finishes in two units. The third unit has an original, custom mid-century look. Newer boiler, water heater and recent tuck pointing. There is a nice backyard and a two car garage off an alley.
This listing 3933 North Paulina Street Chicago, Il 60613
is a two to four units listing
with 6 bedrooms . 3933 North Paulina Street was built in 1925. 3933 North Paulina Street is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60613.
It has been listed on our site since 7/31/18.
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Constantly brimming with many of Chicago’s best-known attractions, Lakeview is an exciting neighborhood to call home.
Lakeview is a destination for entertainment and leisure with a wide variety of restaurants, theaters, shops and parks all within walking distance. Wrigleyville and Boystown, smaller enclaves in the heart of Lakeview, attract a vibrant and eclectic culture to the area....
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