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Great Vintage Lincoln Park Row House from the 1880's. Renovated for today's lifestyle with large great-room/kitchen and big family room. Three bedrooms on top floor and optional bedroom on first floor. Two car garage and lovely patio and balcony/deck off kitchen. This charming home is in the Lincoln Elementary School District. Oz park is one block south. Come see it and you will want to stay!
This listing 2236 North Burling Street Chicago, Il 60614
is a detached single listing
with 3 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms and approximately 3,000 square feet on a lot of 3,049 sqft (or 0.07 acres). 2236 North Burling Street was built in 1886. 2236 North Burling Street is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60614.
It has been listed on our site since 8/28/18.
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Located on Chicago’s Near Northwest side, Lincoln Park is one of the city’s most well-known neighborhoods.
Close to the Loop and close to the Lake, Lincoln Park has been a desirable address for many years. It is a fully developed community replete with theaters, restaurants, boutiques, upscale national retailers and a vibrant nightlife. You can easily find everything ...
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