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1620 West 100th PlaceCHICAGOIL60643
POPULAR BEVERLY NEIGHBORHOOD! Super cute Georgian home located on beautiful tree-lined street. Features include; spacious bright & cheery eat-in kitchen with stunning garden view from huge bay windows. Includes; refrigerator, range, microwave, & built-in oven. Hardwood flooring, upgraded bath with heated flooring, & wood trim throughout. Laundry includes washing machine. Workshop great for artist studio or built-out to suit your needs. Updated plumbing & electrical, newer windows. Low maintenance living, with garden to grow your own vegetables. Spacious side driveway for multiple car off-street parking. Convenient location near Metra commuter train, shopping & dining.
This listing 1620 West 100th Place Chicago, Il 60643
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 2 bedrooms and approximately 1,600 square feet on a lot of 3,920 sqft (or 0.09 acres). 1620 West 100th Place was built in 1919. 1620 West 100th Place is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60643.
It has been listed on our site since 9/25/18.
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