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2341 N Commonwealth Avenue, Unit 2B Chicago, Illinois 60614 United States

Charming three bedroom!
2341 N Commonwealth Avenue, Unit 2B Chicago, Illinois 60614 United States

  • 3
  • 2
    Full Baths
  • Contract Pending

About 2341 N Commonwealth Avenue, Unit 2B, Chicago, Illinois

Charming three bedroom, two bath in quaint courtyard, elevator building on the desirable tree-lined street of Commonwealth!! Impressive renovations including mosaic marble tiles, refinished espresso-stained hardwood flooring, bathroom vanities, light fixtures, crystal hardware, white cabinetry, and stone counters. Generous family room with French glass doors opening into a formal dining room. Split floor plan separate bedrooms offering versatile living. Vintage details and molding make this unique property stand out. Freshly painted with in-unit laundry. Commonwealth is a quiet block conveniently in East Lincoln Park close to LSD, steps from Lincoln Park Zoo, parks, restaurants, and nightlife. Professionally managed with live-in engineer, storage, bike room, & additional laundry. Building is cherished and well-maintained showcasing it's beautiful landscaping and pristine aesthetic. Located in Lincoln Elementary School District and Lincoln Park High School and walking distance to Francis Parker. Rental parking available across the street for $290/Month. Pets welcome!

Marketed By

425 W North Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60610 United States

Property ID:6TFKXS

MLS ID:11649849


  • Breakfast Bar
  • Dishwasher
  • Eat in Kitchen or Dining Room
  • Elevator
  • Refrigerator
  • Hardwood Flooring
  • Bath - Tub Only
  • Radiator
  • Steam Heat
  • Jogging / Biking Path
  • City / Town Street
  • Lake Water
  • Microwave Oven
  • Range and Oven
  • Brick
  • Metropolitan
  • Outdoor Activity

About : Lincoln Park

Lincoln Park is one of Chicago’s most affluent neighborhoods. The jewel of the Lincoln Park neighborhood is its namesake, Lincoln Park. This 1200-acre greenspace is set on the shore of Lake Michigan and contains one of the nation’s oldest zoos and the Lincoln Park Conservatory.

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