Exciting new gut rehab home in the heart of up and coming Avondale! Generous first floor open concept with living/dining room layout connected to a true chefs kitchen with huge family style island. Kitchen boasts granite counter-tops, stainless steel appliances and new cabinets. Custom stone work throughout kitchen and baths. 3 bedrooms on second floor with master-suite and guest bathroom. 4th bedroom or office on main floor leading to a huge deck and back yard. All New roof, plumbing, electric, sump pump, hvac, foundation and more! Plus LED lighting, low E thermo windows, and new solid core doors throughout. Steps to all that Avondale has to offer! SELLER OFFERING A $2500 CLOSING CREDIT
This listing 3056 North Francisco Avenue Chicago, Il 60618
is a detached single listing
with 4 full baths, 4 bedrooms and approximately 3,083 square feet on a lot of 3,049 sqft (or 0.07 acres). 3056 North Francisco Avenue was built in 1895. 3056 North Francisco Avenue is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60618.
It has been listed on our site since 8/15/18.
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