|Beds||Baths||Rent||Deposit||Unit #||Sq Ft||Lease Length||Available|
|3 BRs 3 BRs 3 BRs||3½ Bathrooms 3½ Baths 3½ BAs||$4,950||$0||1||2,150 Sq Ft||12 Month Lease||Available Now|
About 1923 N Howe St Chicago, IL 60614
Located on one of Lincoln Park’s most desirable streets, this home is spacious and filled with character throughout. The main level features the living room with a beautiful gas fireplace, a separate dining area, which flows nicely off the main living area, the kitchen with its stainless steel appliances, and a powder room for guests.The upper level includes the master bedroom and a second bedroom each with en-suite bathrooms plus access to your own private and large rooftop deck. The lower level holds the 3rd bedroom with an en-suite bathroom plus a den, which could be converted to a 4th bedroom, and the laundry room.High ceilings and skylights throughout the home makes it feel open and fills it with natural light. Just steps to Oz Park, an easy commute to both the Brown & Red Line stops and buses, and a short walk to many shops & restaurants on Armitage & Halsted streets. LISTING COURTESY OF COLDWELL BANKER RESIDENTIAL
No Pets Allowed
- 12 Months
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Neighborhood - Lincoln Park
Just one mile north of Downtown Chicago and bordering Lake Michigan, Lincoln Park is an iconic neighborhood and home to the city's favorite park. From the popular summer destination North Avenue Beach to the Lincoln Park Zoo and from the Peggy Notebaert Museum to Steppenwolf Theater, there's something for everyone in Lincoln Park -- and the ever-increasing population proves it. Lincoln Park is home to the prestigious DePaul University, and students make up a large portion of the population.
From its shady, tree-lined streets to its historic architecture, Lincoln Park is a beautiful neighborhood with unique character and style. The neighborhood provides fantastic restaurants and shops to exciting events, such as the Chicago Craft Beer Fest and the Lincoln Park Greek Fest. Lincoln Park is known for its music scene, from its blues clubs to the concerts at Lincoln Hall.
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