According to Michelle Brown’s listing, this special home in Chicago, Illinois has 4,500 square feet of living area. Equipped with a number of features to create a one-of-a-kind home. The second floor is beautifully planned and features an ensuite junior primary bedroom decked out in porcelain tile, a brushed nickel finish, a soaking tub and vanity. Additional her two bedrooms and a guest bathroom with two vanities and a step-in shower. laundry. Blending a classic and timeless space with a luxurious modern look and all the conveniences you could desire: clapboards throughout, coffered ceilings, custom railings, LED recessed lighting, casement windows, complete elegant masonry construction, finished outdoor living and all the sophisticated details that enhance your everyday life. life. The breathtaking ground floor hides a contemporary open foyer, formal living room with gas fireplace, dining room, breakfast area, open concept kitchen with bay, benches, hooks and outerwear storage. It ends in a true mudroom with cabinets for A sample of additional amenities showcases the charm of this stunning home.naan
The home is near schools and educational centers such as Angelic Organics Learning Center, Abri Daycare, Mount Carmel High School, Tiny Scholars Academy, and Chicago Charter-Woodlawn College. Nearby dining options include Mode, Leon’s BBQ, Tres Original Pancakes, B’Gabs Goodies and Garfield Williamson. Nearby are Woodlawn Health Center, University of Chicago Surgical and Brain Institute, University of Chicago Student Care Center, University of Chicago Medical School, and Bernard A. Mitchell Hospital. Nearby convenience stores and markets include Ac Mini Market, Midway Market, Cottage Grove Food Mart, Eli’s Grab-N-Go and Hayes Convenience Store. Local attractions include the Republic Statue, Oakwoods Cemetery, Isidore H. Heller House, President Barack Obama’s Chicago Home, and Montrose his Pier. 63rd Street & Kenwood, 63rd Street & Kimbark, 63rd Street & Dorchester, 63rd Street & Woodlawn and 63rd St. are nearby if you would like access to public transportation.
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