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About 1720 W Beach Ave Chicago, IL 60622
Listing ID: 4841026 Amazing and very nice 4 bedroom / 2 bathroom duplex for rent in Wicker Park! This unit comprises 2nd and 3rd (top) floors of a 2-flat at Beach and Paulina. Only a few blocks from both the Damen and the Division blue line stations. Available June 1st Hardwood floors Modern kitchen and bathrooms Dishwasher Microwave Central air and gas heat (paid by tenant) Private deck Coin-operated laundry in the building One outdoor parking spot is included Pets are welcome with a $200 pet fee Downstairs: Kitchen 9'8x9'3 Living / dining room 18'2x30'11 Bedroom1 8'8x10'8 Bedroom2 8'7x10'5 Bath1 6'1x6'6 Upstairs: Bedroom3 15'11x12'4 Bedroom4 9'8x13'8 Bath2 8'x6'10 $250 non-refundable move-in fee per adult tenant (no security deposit) $60 application/credit check fee per adult applicant To see call Heidi Sonnenberg at 773-231-8120 or reply to this ad via email SPACES Real Estate Applications are taken on a first come, first serve basis. To rent this apartment, the following are due up front: 1) First month's rent 2) Application fee(s) 3) Move-in fee(s)
Amenities & Expenses
- Laundry Facilities
- Hardwood Floors
- Dining Room
Dogs and Cats Allowed
- 12 Months
- •Laundry Facilities
- •Hardwood Floors
- •Dining Room
Neighborhood - Wicker Park
Not far outside of the corporate skyscrapers and tourist attractions of the Near North Side and The Loop, the Wicker Park neighborhood serves up an exciting and distinctly Chicagoan atmosphere. A thriving artistic community operates here, and both locals and national touring acts regularly perform on the neighborhood’s many stages—many of the city’s most famous modern musicians got their start in Wicker Park’s nightclubs and theaters.
Wicker Park is also home to many of Chicago’s most in-demand restaurants, drawing eager gastronomes from all across the city. Most of these attractions are clustered together around Milwaukee Avenue, with the rest of the neighborhood largely taken up by historic homes and apartment buildings along tree-lined streets. Several schools in Wicker Park make it easy for local students to walk to class quickly and safely.