Great Location in Roscoe Village. Has been in the family for generations. Home has been maintained, dated but very livable. Basement was dug down, outside wall concrete block. Nice rec area with GFP,wet bar, bath, laundry mechanical and storage. 1 st level living room with bay window, Kitchen, 2 smaller bedrooms and an office. Full bath. Rear has a very bright heated addition. Pair of Patio Doors wrapped around deck overlooking a nice yard. Attic with better than normal stairs uo. Wide open with 11 ft to the peak about 2 foot knee wall. 2 car Garage Steps to Roscoe St, 2 blocks to Audubon. Ez walk to El, Parks, Shops.
This listing 3309 North Seeley Avenue Chicago, Il 60618
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 2 bedrooms and approximately 1,500 square feet on a lot of 3,049 sqft (or 0.07 acres). 3309 North Seeley Avenue was built in 1896. 3309 North Seeley Avenue is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60618.
It has been listed on our site since 10/4/17.
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