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Rented! $1200/mo 2BR/1BA garden unit in East Humboldt Park with FREE UTILITIES! Fireplace, laundry, storage, patio, garage, MORE!
EAST HUMBOLDT PARK: 1453 N Talman, G – Talman and LeMoyne: 2BR/1BA, garden unit, available now, FREE UTILITIES! Unit features kitchen with white appliances (refrigerator, stove), gas fireplace, central air, and tile floors. Bedrooms are queen-sized, ample closet space, and it is located in a securely gated and intimate 3 story building with coin-op laundry. […]
New listing! $1350 2BR/1BA Vintage in Bucktown w/eat-in kitchen, built-in hutch, pantry, claw foot tub, enclosed porch, patio, more!
BUCKTOWN: 2233 W Charleston, 1st Floor, Charleston and Leavitt, sunny and totally vintage on a wide, residential, tree-lined street! Features hardwood floors and original trim, eat-in kitchen with refrigerator, stove, built-in hutch, and pantry, enclosed porch, and bath with clawfoot tub, and near Holstein Park, the Damen Blue Line, Western, Damen, Fullerton and Armitage bus […]
Surprise! I’m talking about Rotary International, which was started in Chicago in 1905 and has over a million members worldwide! Some of you know my husband and I are members, too, so I figured why not share this little piece of trivia- especially since it’s the season of charity and good will, and we all […]
Rented! $2400/mo 3BR/2BA in E Humboldt Park! YUGE! Condo quality! Open concept w/gourmet kitchen, 2 balconies, high ceilings, fireplace, floor-to-ceiling windows, luxury bath! MORE!
EAST HUMBOLDT PARK: 1045 N California Unit 2- California and Thomas, 2nd floor, 3BR/2BA, condo quality, open concept, modern building, bright and very spacious! Available December 15th or sooner! Located on a wide street with free street parking and public transportation, 11′ ceilings, hardwood floors throughout, central heat and air, and side by side laundry […]
Surprise! CBS’s Channel 2 here in Chicago hosted the first national debate in 1960 with Kennedy vs Nixon, and Presidential debates would never be the same. Since the 2020 election has been such a big deal, I thought it only fitting I host this month’s trivia on the topic! At McClurg Court Studios, it wasn’t […]
Price drop! $1225/mo 2BR/1BA in Logan Square! Cozy vintage with updates! Dishwasher, central air, built-in hutch, hardwoods, more!
LOGAN SQUARE: 1946 N Kimball, 2nd floor, Kimball and Armitage, 2BR/1BA: Priced right in a corner building with southern, eastern and western exposures and close to plenty of transportation! Living room with built-in hutch, updated kitchen with pantry, granite counters and white appliances (stove, door by door refrigerator, dishwasher, and microwave), central air, two cozy […]
Price drop! $1225/mo 3BR/1BA in Logan Square! Top floor vintage with eat-in kitchen, built-in hutch, hardwoods, more!
LOGAN SQUARE: 3700 W Armitage 3R, Armitage and Lawndale, sunny and cozy top/3rd floor with eastern and western exposures, 3BR/1BA with hardwood floors, eat-in kitchen with white appliances (refrigerator, stove, hood) and pantry, living room, 3 good-sized bedrooms, plus a built-in hutch, and enclosed porch. Just a quick ride to the Blue Line, near the […]
Price drop! $1275/mo 3BR/1BA Spacious, vintage top floor in Humboldt Park! Dining room, hardwoods, more!
HUMBOLDT PARK, 3462 W North Ave, 3rd Floor, North and St. Louis, top floor, 3BR/1BA – VERY spacious vintage unit with sunny southern exposure – great for plants! This unit features a large living room and formal dining room, a large eat-in kitchen with white appliances (refrigerator, stove, hood) plus two interior porches. Hardwood floors […]
So last Friday, I posted the video above, and I received some followup questions. The following was asked a few times, so I thought I’d go ahead and create a post for it. How long does it take to actually buy a home? The short answer is about 3 months, but with an asterisk. If […]
Surprise! I’m talking about the Couch Tomb in Lincoln Park! Yes, welcome to this Spooky Edition of “Did you know…?“ So once upon a time, the area by and around the Chicago History Museum and Lincoln Park Zoo was a cemetery. Because Lake Michigan is right there, and Chicago is built up on swampy land, […]