Tremendous opportunity to own this spacious 50's custom built ranch on a beautiful North Park block. This solid well maintained home has had only 2 owners, current owner - 20 years. Retro feel thru-out. Original Kitchen & Baths. Formal size Living & Dining Rooms, 3 large Bedrooms plus enclosed Porch. Unbelievably spacious lower level features knotty pine Rec Room with vintage bar plus an additional finished room could be 4th Bedroom or Office, 1/2 Bath, Mechanical Room, Storage Space & Laundry Room. Tear off roof 2016, furnace & Central Air 2013. Newer walk on side and new front steps just completed. Lovely urban garden in back. Plenty street parking and a garage is possibile if a tree were removed. Walk to excellent schools, universities, restaurants, shops, and parks. Easy access to expressways, Metra, and CTA.
This listing 5343 North Spaulding Avenue Chicago, Il 60625
is a detached single listing
with 1 full bath, 1 half bath, 3 bedrooms and approximately 1,324 square feet on a lot of 3,920 sqft (or 0.09 acres). 5343 North Spaulding Avenue was built in 1951. 5343 North Spaulding Avenue is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60625.
It has been listed on our site since 9/21/18.
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North Park received its name from North Park University that built the Old Main building in 1894 along Foster Avenue west of Kedzie. The neighborhood is about nine miles northwest of the Loop. Click here to read more.
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