Historic District Gracious Victorian Two Flat on Cul de Sac. The first floor is a 2 bed, 1 bath apartment that can rent for $1,800, with a den, sun porch, fireplace and great back deck. The second unit is ideal for a live in owner with 2nd/3rd floor duplex up with approx 2400 sq ft and central air, newer windows, spacious rooms & a lofted 3rd floor master suite/great room with new carpet. This unit can rent for $2,700+. Full Unfinished Basement, with laundry room & tons of potential. Large lot includes a 3 car garage and parking spaces. Close proximity to both downtown Oak Park & Forest Park, commuter trains, & 290 expressway.
Gas, Forced Air, Hot Water/Steam, 2+ Sep Heating Systems
Lake Michigan, Public
This listing 417 South Clinton Avenue Oak Park, Il 60302
is a two to four units listing
with 3 full baths, 6 bedrooms on a lot of 7,841 sqft (or 0.18 acres). 417 South Clinton Avenue was built in 1903. 417 South Clinton Avenue is located in Oak Park and in ZIP Code 60302.
It has been listed on our site since 7/26/18.
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Oak Park is best known for the association with Frank Lloyd Wright who designed many homes and community buildings in Oak Park and also made his residence in Oak Park.
Residents in this community cherish history and value a vintage and classical style. This safe community offers good schools and family fun with the convenience of easy access to Downtown Chicago.
Most importantly, Oak...
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