Classic English Brick in Norwood Park. Substantially Built in 1949 - Lath & Plaster, cove ceilings. Lovely lot size for ample yard, deck for entertaining, as well as a two car garage with cement side drive to accommodate another vehicle. Fenced yard. Roof aprox 6-7 years (seller says) Recent improvements Trane Furnace, 7 years old. Central air is a Carrier unit, 40 gal hot water heater is newer. Wood floors on first floor in bedrooms and below carpet in Living room. Pool table in finished lower level rec room, bar stays too. Want a neutral decor, just bring your paint brushes!! Easy walk to schools. Wonderful quiet location with awesome neighborhood.
This listing 5137 North Oak Park Avenue Chicago, Il 60656
is a detached single listing
with 1 full bath, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms and approximately 1,255 square feet on a lot of 3,920 sqft (or 0.09 acres). 5137 North Oak Park Avenue was built in 1949. 5137 North Oak Park Avenue is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60656.
It has been listed on our site since 5/21/18.
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Norwood Park is a family-friendly community just minutes away from downtown Chicago. The neighborhood features quiet tree-lined streets and great community parks. Norwood Park has excellent public transportation, fantastic schools, and offers a variety of real-estate options for home buyers, everything from vintage properties, to single to larger family homes, and modern condominiums. N...
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