This classic Chicago rowhome offers dramatic ceiling height and oversized windows with an open and wide floorplan. The large living room offers a bay window looking onto quiet and tree lined Ada Street and opens to the dining room featuring beautiful and ornate alabaster lighting fixture. Kitchen is great for entertaining as it opens to a private deck looking onto the city's skyline. The lower level is perfect for guests, featuring a full bedroom and bathroom as well as a large family room with custom built-in storage. The two massive bedrooms on the second level have their own character including a gas fireplace and bay window. The master suite is located on its own level offering a massive bathroom with whirlpool tub, stand up shower and dual vanities. The walk-in-closet is professionally organized with over 260 square feet. All of this located in the heart of walkable West Loop neighborhood. Just steps away from Restaurant Row on Randolph, Skinner and Union Park and more!
This listing 21 North Ada Street Chicago, Il 60607
is a detached single listing
with 4 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms and approximately 4,200 square feet. 21 North Ada Street was built in 2000. 21 North Ada Street is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60607.
It has been listed on our site since 2/28/18.
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