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-Lovely Unit with 2 Bedrooms with private En-Suite Bathrooms
-Painted White; White-glove clean
-Appliances: Stove, refrigerator, and dishwasher
-Great Room adjacent to Kitchen with nice countertops and cabinetry
-Dine-in Kitchen nook
-High vaulted ceilings with skylights and ceiling fans in Great Room and Kitchen
-Lots of natural light from windows and skylights
-Generous size room closets and storage/linen closet in hallway
-Heating/Cooling/Electric: Gas Forced Air, Central AC, and electric services (paid by Tenant)
-Flooring: Wood, Carpeting, Ceramic
-Laundry Facilities: Coin Op. in Building
-Additional Amenities: Cable ready & alarm installed (services paid by Tenant)
-Patio/Deck: Wood Deck
-Parking: Exterior Off-street may be available and Chicago Residential Street and Paid Street Permit Parking available
-Wrought Iron Gated Building
-Built: 1996
-Approx. Sq. Footage: 1,065
-Near elevated El Lines (Red Line (1599 N. Clybourn 0.3 m.); Red, Brown and Purple Express (943 W. Fullerton 5 m.); and Brown and Purple Express (944 W. Armitage 0.3 m.) and various bus routes, shopping, restaurants, theaters and more
-No Pets / No Smoking Property
-Security Deposit: 1 Month
-Easy online application: $39.95 per Adult Screening Fee (Non-refundable)

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Lincoln Park, one of Chicago's most sought after neighborhoods, is located just 2 miles north of downtown and bordered by North Avenue, Diversey Parkway, the Chicago River and Lake Michigan. With its beautiful lakefront views, brownstones on quiet tree-lined streets, Lincoln Park offers a charming living environment.

The community, named after Abraham Lincoln, is a well-known north side Chicago neighborhood whose location and amenities attract everyone from young, first-time homebuyers to families to local celebrities and CEOs.

Lincoln Park itself is huge and home to the North Avenue Beach, one of the nation's oldest zoos, the famous Lincoln Park Zoo, the Lincoln Park Conservatory, and several museums and theatres like the Chicago History Museum and the Royal George Theatre. There are a wide variety of activities like tennis, golf, playgrounds, boating, running and biking paths. It is also home to DePaul University, with a variety of affordable and high-end retailers, national chain stores, boutiques and shops, coffee shops, book stores, restaurants, bars and clubs...there's something for everyone.

Access to all residential amenities, top public and private schools, shopping, employment and recreational facilities. Property is walking distance to public bus/train transportation that cover most of the territory (the Red Line, Brown Line, and Purple Line are accessible via the Fullerton and Armitage El stops), Whole Foods, CVS Pharmacy, Best Buy, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Goose Island Brewery, Royal George Theatre, DePaul University, lots of restaurants, shops, and more! Call now for a showing...won't last long!

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Bedrooms: 2
Rent: $2,350

• Location: 938 W. Willow Street, Chicago

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