A bright, recently updated 1BR, 1BA in the heart of the Gold Coast is available to be your new home! Come see this boutique, full-service building on tree-lined Chestnut Street. The kitchen has a new floor, backsplash, countertops, and cabinet doors; the large bathroom has a new vanity, toilet, and light fixture. New plush carpeting throughout, newly painted living space, new washer/dryer, and unbelievable storage make this a cozy home. The southern exposure brings wonderful light, and you'll never tire of the views from the balcony. This home has two walk-in closets, plus a 5x8 storage unit on the garage level. Deeded parking is for sale at $40,000.
Heat, Air Conditioning, Water, Gas, Parking, Common Insurance, Doorman, TV/Cable, Exercise Facilities, Exterior Maintenance, Scavenger, Snow Removal, Internet Access
This listing 21 West Chestnut Street #1004 Chicago, Il 60610
is a attached single listing
with 1 full bath, 1 bedroom and approximately 900 square feet. 21 West Chestnut Street #1004 was built in 1999. 21 West Chestnut Street #1004 is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60610.
It has been listed on our site since 4/16/18.
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