HUGE $39,000.00 REDUCTION .... GREYSTONE OWNER BRAGGING RIGHTS!!! PURCHASE this turn of the century Multi Unit Greystone--sold AS-IS--and become an owner of a unique piece of Chicago architecture. 822 N. Leclaire is a character rich Greystone (closes to the Classical Revival/Beaux Arts style) nestled in the Austin area featuring carvings on the stone posts, above the doors and a flat roof. As an owner occupied or landlord investor, this Multi Unit Greystone gives you bragging rights and can add additional income. It is uniquely divided which makes this a potential 4 unit investment. The upper level extends the length of the building with a fireplace and a room that opens out front to a stone balcony. The main level has a 2 and a 1 bdrm. unit. The walk-out basement is a possible 2 bdrm. unit. Steps from: Chicago Ave., CTA bus stop, elementary schools and Close to: Public Library, Restaurants, Hubbard Park and Ohio Park.
This listing 822 North Leclaire Avenue Chicago, Il 60651
is a two to four units listing
with 8 bedrooms on a lot of 4,792 sqft (or 0.11 acres). 822 North Leclaire Avenue was built in 1905. 822 North Leclaire Avenue is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60651.
It has been listed on our site since 2/9/18.
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