Wonderful, brick 2-unit property sitting on a large, fenced city lot. Renovated around 2012 and used as rental property since that point. Great opportunity to use as rental property or to fix and flip. Plenty of parking in the parking pad in the backyard or the street in front of the building. Conveniently located near food, shopping, and schools.
Listed by Derrick Jackson for @properties Christie's International Real Estate | Source: MRED as distributed by MLS GRID
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Features & Information
Price/ Sq. Ft.Unavailable
Buyer's Agent Commission2.5%
# of Cars: 0
Number of Units2
Age of Building91-100 Years
Heating & CoolingNone
Directions to PropertyWestern Ave & 59th St // 59th St (west) To Campbell Ave (south) To Home.
Elementary School District299
Junior High District299
High School District:299
Parcel Identification Number19134290280000
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An abundance of green spaces and lakeside activities blend with quiet, residential streets to make this sub-neighborhood of Uptown an ideal place for people-on-the-go and stay-at-home types alike. Margate Park is not a very large Chicago community, yet it manages to squeeze in quite a bit of public parkland and recreation spots in its limited area. Margate Parkers can easily ride their bikes and jog along the shoreline, soak up the sun at the beach, participate in volleyball and basketball games, and picnic in the park. Families enjoy the neighborhood's interactive playgrounds and dog-owners are fans of Puptown, the fully enclosed, off-leash dog park. Because of its prime waterfront location, much of Margate Park real estate is highly desirable. Renovated older flats offer a vintage appeal with modern living spaces, for affordable prices to boot. Although Margate Park is mostly a relaxed beach town, Sheridan Road supplies the community with a commercial kick of tasty restaurants, a few shops and a handful of grocery stores.