Norwood Park Cape Cod, good curb appeal. Wonderful location...walk to dining, shopping, parks and transportation. Quiet block, back porch, and nice size fenced yard with lush, mature plantings.Two full baths...second floor is brand new. Bedrooms up have new carpeting over hardwood, and both have nooks for a desk or to curl up with a book. Eat in kitchen, newer stove and microwave, space for a table. Cabinets are older, and have been painted...likely will need replacement. Roof, CA, furn, less than 5 years, water heater about 2. Unfinished basement. Long time owner, 50+ years. Estate sale, please allow time for acceptance.
This listing 6508 North Sayre Avenue Chicago, Il 60631
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms on a lot of 5,227 sqft (or 0.12 acres). 6508 North Sayre Avenue was built in 1944. 6508 North Sayre Avenue is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60631.
It has been listed on our site since 6/4/18.
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Norwood Park is a family-friendly community just minutes away from downtown Chicago. The neighborhood features quiet tree-lined streets and great community parks. Norwood Park has excellent public transportation, fantastic schools, and offers a variety of real-estate options for home buyers, everything from vintage properties, to single to larger family homes, and modern condominiums. N...
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