Lovingly Cared for HOT Happy Up and Coming Kilbourn Park 3 bedroom 1.5 Bathroom Single Family Home near Old Irving and Portage Park area on 30x125 lot. Minutes to Metra, CTA, the expressway and all it's Wonderful Commerce. New Kitchen w/Dining Banquette, Hardwood Floors Throughout Main Level, Huge Master Suite with Carpet, Finish-able Walkout Basement w/High Ceilings. Great Home, Great Investment in Great Hot Location Neighborhood with Room to Grow! HOME to Chicago Park District's only park with a teaching greenhouse, located within the grounds of Kilbourn Park.
This listing 3237 North Kilbourn Avenue Chicago, Il 60641
is a detached single listing
with 1 full bath, 1 half bath, 3 bedrooms on a lot of 3,920 sqft (or 0.09 acres). 3237 North Kilbourn Avenue is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60641.
It has been listed on our site since 9/17/18.
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Irving Park has a long and rich history and a community that strives to keep that history alive through preservation of their historic architecture. Old, large elm and ash trees line Irving Park’s shady streets and avenues populated by substantial mansions, ornate apartment buildings and quaint bungalows. Home to a friendly and neighborly nightlife and famous restaurants like Smoque BB...
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