All Brick New Construction 3 Unit Building with 3 outdoor parking spaces! Unit#1 2500 sq ft duplex down (4bd 2.1ba), 7 rooms total. Unit#2 1258 sq ft (2bd 2ba). Unit#3 1290sq ft (2bd 2ba) has an office space/loft and private access to large rooftop deck with great city view. Steel construction deck for each unit and front balcony for unit 2&3. Large windows provide abundance of natural light. Hardwood floors and modern finishes throughout. Kitchen with SS appliances and quartz countertops opens into a sunny living room space Each unit has full size washer and dryer. Excellent low maintenance property for an investor or owner occupied with rental income. All income/expense statements are predictions. Building was just finished and units are vacant.
This listing 3320 North Narragansett Avenue Chicago, Il 60634
is a two to four units listing
with 6 full baths, 1 half bath, 8 bedrooms . 3320 North Narragansett Avenue was built in 2019. 3320 North Narragansett Avenue is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60634.
It has been listed on our site since 5/3/19.
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Dunning is snuggled closely between the Chicago suburbs Harwood Heights and Elmwood Park in Chicago’s far northwest region. Click here to read more.
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