2 flat in a very desirable area of Bridgeport. Walking distance (1/2 block) to Nativity of the Lord school. Close to De Lasalle private high schools. Well maintained building with updated electrical system and copper plumbing. All newer windows, can lighting on the second floor, both bathrooms updated. First floor rented to friends on monthly bases. Rent can be much higher.6 blocks from Red Line, approximately 1 mile away from Orange Line, 3 blocks away from fire station, walking distance to White Sox park, located on CUL DE SAC street, paved and lit alley. Sellers enjoyed their home and neighborhood for 42 years and are ready to downsize. Schedule your viewing before it is sold!!!
This listing 3812 South Lowe Avenue Chicago, Il 60609
is a two to four units listing
with 5 bedrooms . 3812 South Lowe Avenue was built in 1885. 3812 South Lowe Avenue is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60609.
It has been listed on our site since 4/13/18.
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