This property is no longer available to rent or buy. This description is from August 27, 2013
Lincoln Park is one of the most highly touted locations in Chicago. This 1 bedroom/1 bath condo has everything you need right outside your door. For starters, choose from Stanleys Kitchen, Gejas Caf, Four Farthings Grill, R. J. Grunts or Mon Ami Gabi. Or try Carnival Grocery, Treasure Island, Whole Foods or the freshest of the season at Green City or Lincoln Park farmers markets; you might just want to grill it outside, in that big back yard called Lincoln Park or Oz Park! There comes a time when you really must come home, so why not have an array of transportation options to efficiently bring you to your front door? This welcoming brick mid-rise, w/newly updated lobby and hallways, shares a tree-lined street w/some of Chicagos oldest and most architecturally charming single and multi-family homes. Once inside, youll love the warmth of parquet floors in the combination living/dining room that opens to a private NE corner balcony, great for alfresco dining. A galley kitchen is appointed w/tiled floor and features new wood cabinetry, granite countertops, stainless steel, double undermount sinks, Frigidaire Professional Series and Samsung appliances, and a granite slab pass-through to the living room/dining room, w/bar seating. Parquet floors continue into the spacious bedroom with a huge walk-in closet. The bath features a new, artistically tiled shower/tub w/rain shower spray and undermount sink/granite vanity. Other notables include linen storage and 2 new AC units. An outdoor, assigned parking spot is included. Other building amenities feature laundry, individual cage storage, bike storage area, a roof deck w/grills and fabulous city, lake and park viewsthink, Chicago Air and Water Show! Walking distance to Chicagos amazing Lincoln Park Zoo, Conservatory, The Peggy Notebart Museum and Chicagos renowned lakefront. Dont forget about all that shopping along Armitage, Halsted, Lincoln and Clark streets. Theres no doubt about it, this is the be-all, end-all place to live in Chicago.