Authentic exposed timber and brick southeast corner loft where east and north walls are all exposed brick and windows. Located in Popular West Loop and walk to Greek Town and Mary Bartleme Park. Unit features 14' exposed timber ceilings, tongue and groove oak hardwood floors in a natural finish, Stainless Steel appliances with vented culinary hood. Maple cabinets easy to paint white or muted gray. Open Kitchen concept with large island and seating space. Granite counters in kitchen and master bathroom. Master suite with abundant closet space. 2 levels of living spaces and/or room for a den on lower level. Small outdoor space. $35,000 for onsite garage parking. Monthly assessment includes cable and internet services. Last similar unit closed @ $425k WITHOUT PARKING.
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This listing 331 South Peoria Street #107 Chicago, Il 60607
is a attached single listing
with 2 full baths, 2 bedrooms and approximately 1,500 square feet. 331 South Peoria Street #107 is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60607.
It has been listed on our site since 12/7/18.
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