Perfect turn key investment opportunity or owner live-in option in the heart of Wicker Park, just steps from the vibrant Division Street corridor. Only a 5 minute walk to the Blue Line Train at Division and Ashland, and easy access to the the 90/94 expressway. This 3 unit building consists of (2) two bedroom, 1 bathroom units and (1) 3 bedroom, 2 Bathroom duplex down unit. All units have separate utilities, central HVAC and common laundry in the basement. Three car parking pad at the rear of the building. The duplex unit was just recently rehabbed with all new flooring and paint throughout.
This listing 1236 North Wood Street Chicago, Il 60622
is a two to four units listing
with 7 bedrooms . 1236 North Wood Street was built in 1996. 1236 North Wood Street is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60622.
It has been listed on our site since 10/30/18.
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