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1636 N Wells Street,
1636 N Wells Street Chicago, Illinois 60614 United States

1636 N Wells Street
1636 N Wells Street Chicago, Illinois 60614 United States

$394,900USD
 
  • 2
    Bedrooms
  • 2
    Full Baths
  • Price Reduced

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1636 N Wells Street

About 1636 N Wells Street, Chicago, Illinois

Amazing lake & city views from the 28th floor of this rarely available 01 tier at Americana Towers. Unit was gutted down to the studs in 2015 and fully renovated throughout, including a rare reconfiguration to make the primary closet a walk-in closet, custom tile work in the front hall and both bathrooms, and new appliances. Spacious layout that's perfect for entertaining and with lots of storage, including a pantry cabinet in the kitchen and custom bar shelving. Hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, a jacuzzi tub, granite counters, and a private balcony overlooking Lake Michigan. Investor and pet-friendly (30 lbs or less). Assessments include heat, ac, and water. This highly-desired building has a pool, workout room, party/social room, and rental parking for $149 outdoor/$189 indoor. Great Old Town location - steps to Wells Street, restaurants and shops, Starbucks, Second City, lakefront, bike path, public transportation, Lincoln Park Zoo, and North Ave. beach.

Listing Courtesy of Compass

Marketed By

425 W North Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60610 United States

Property ID:11373612

MLS ID:11373612

Listing Courtesy of Compass

Amenities

  • Balcony
  • Dishwasher
  • Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Hardwood Floors
  • Refrigerator
  • Storage
  • Forced Air
  • Public Sewer Service
  • Public Water Supply
  • Microwave Oven

About : Lincoln Park

Lincoln Park is one of Chicago’s most affluent neighborhoods. The jewel of the Lincoln Park neighborhood is its namesake, Lincoln Park. This 1200-acre greenspace is set on the shore of Lake Michigan and contains one of the nation’s oldest zoos and the Lincoln Park Conservatory.

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