345 W Fullerton Parkway, Unit 603 Chicago, Illinois 60614 United States

Heart of Lincoln Park!
345 W Fullerton Parkway, Unit 603 Chicago, Illinois 60614 United States

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  • 2
    Full Baths
  • 1,100 Sq Ft.
  • Contract Pending

About 345 W Fullerton Parkway, Unit 603, Chicago, Illinois

Sun-filled SE corner unit looking down a pretty tree-lined street in a great building! Brand new gorgeous lobby!!! Expansive floor to ceiling windows! Open living/dining room; spacious enough for a full living and dining set along with a reading nook or home office. This space includes views of gorgeous greenery from neighboring trees along with glimpses of Lincoln Park and the city scape. The open kitchen is perfect for entertaining guests and features 42'cabinetry, breakfast bar and plenty of counter space! The master king-sized bedroom features views of the tree-lined street, park and lake and has a newly redone spa-like bathroom w/walk-in glass shower. Guest bedroom features floor-to-ceiling windows, French doors and adjacent bath-easily accommodates a queen size bedroom set. Full amenity building-sundeck, exercise room, 24 hr doorman. ASM INC HDTV/DVR/HVAC/CABLE/WIFI. Parking avail immediately. Pets ok to 25lbs. Incredibly well-run building! Steps to transport, shopping and restaurants. 2 blocks to the Zoo & LSD! Heart of Lincoln Park! Located in Lincoln Elementary district. Newly redecorated lobby! (Hallways & sundeck in the plans to be done and budgeted).

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425 W North Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60610 United States

Property ID:P6L7XS

MLS ID:11464267


  • Deck
  • Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Steam Heat
  • Jogging / Biking Path
  • City / Town Street
  • Concrete Block
  • Public Sewer Service
  • Lake Water
  • Metropolitan
  • Outdoor Activity

About : Lincoln Park

Lincoln Park is one of Chicago’s most affluent neighborhoods. The jewel of the Lincoln Park neighborhood is its namesake, Lincoln Park. This 1200-acre greenspace is set on the shore of Lake Michigan and contains one of the nation’s oldest zoos and the Lincoln Park Conservatory.

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