Upgraded 2BR/1BA's in 2 unit building w/ 2 car brick garage on sunny, wide landscaped lot. Units w/ 4 exposures--light all around, new double thermo-pane windows, refinished HW floors, separate gas HW heating systems paid for by tenants. First floor features brand new plumbing in kitchen and bath--granite counters w/ under mounted ss sink, DW, wood cabinets, ss appliances. All new fixtures in bath. Full unfinished basement w/ storage lockers, washer/dryer, newer mechanicals and plumbing lines. First floor vacant and easy to show.
This listing 1616 Crain Street Evanston, Il 60202
is a two to four units listing
with 4 bedrooms . 1616 Crain Street was built in 1906. 1616 Crain Street is located in Evanston and in ZIP Code 60202.
It has been listed on our site since 5/15/18.
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