713 W. Wrightwood Unit 3R

Chicago, IL 60614

1 Bedrooms
1 Baths
$1505/month

NO SECURITY DEPOSIT!*

AVAILABLE

Aug

PARKING

6 spaces behind building available to rent

FEATURES

Central A/C
Gas Heat
Hardwood Floors
Large Windows

PET POLICY

Cats only: 2 maximum with $200 fee

KITCHEN

Dishwasher
Refrigerator
Stove

PROPERTY

4 units/3 stories

1 Bedroom

1 Bath

$1505/month

NO SECURITY DEPOSIT!*

This recently remodeled sunny one bedroom has a distinctive, modern kitchen that comes with a dishwasher and a center island that provides extra counter and storage space. The apartment also has shiny hardwood floors, gas forced heat, and central air conditioning. The building conveniently features laundry facilities.

AVAILABLE

Aug

PARKING

6 spaces behind building available to rent

FEATURES

Central A/C
Gas Heat
Hardwood Floors
Large Windows

PET POLICY

Cats only: 2 maximum with $200 fee

KITCHEN

Dishwasher
Refrigerator
Stove

PROPERTY

4 units/3 stories
This recently remodeled sunny one bedroom has a distinctive, modern kitchen that comes with a dishwasher and a center island that provides extra counter and storage space. The apartment also has shiny hardwood floors, gas forced heat, and central air conditioning. The building conveniently features laundry facilities.

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

This stunning building features a beautifully refinished bay and is located less than half a mile away from DePaul University. Restaurants and bars are abundant on Halsted and Clark Streets and nearby Lincoln Avenue. Lincoln Park’s many amenities including bike paths, running paths, ponds, beaches and the zoo are just five blocks east. Transportation is very convenient; the Fullerton CTA station which services the Red, Brown, and Express Purple Line trains is five blocks away and the #22 Clark Street bus which goes down to the loop is just one block east. Parking is available at this location.

NEIGHBORHOOD: LINCOLN PARK

Lincoln Park is situated between Diversey Avenue to the north, Clybourn Avenue to the west, North Avenue to the south and its namesake Lincoln Park to the east. This crucial location adjacent to Lincoln Park, Chicago's largest public park, provides this neighborhood with one of the most picturesque front yards in the world. Lincoln Park prides itself on miles of running paths, public beaches, athletic fields, museums and a zoo. Lincoln Park, one of the oldest communities in Chicago, contains some of the cities finest housing selections. For example, housing in Lincoln Park includes stately old homes, new construction town homes and luxury high-rise apartment buildings. Prices for housing in this neighborhood reflect its high demand and limited supply as does the parking on the street. Nonetheless, affordable options for housing can be found and public transportation options include the CTA red and brown lines as well as CTA buses which canvass the central business district. Lincoln Park's restaurant, social and entertainment scenes are also unparalleled. Restaurants from every continent and almost every culture can be visited and enjoyed. At night, young people from around the city flock to Lincoln Park to enjoy the bars, dance establishments, performance theatres and classic movie theatres. And, of course, the shopping in Lincoln Park is acclaimed. Also central to Lincoln Park's community is the DePaul University campus which provides the neighborhood with green spaces and attractive architecture. Not to mention DePaul's students who bring with them an atmosphere which makes Lincoln Park a very desirable place to live.
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