Fantastic Corner Unit 2 bed /2 Bath at 33 West Huron, Boutique Elevator Building across from Whole Foods. Split Floor-plan with large Master Bedroom, Nicely Updated master bath w Double Vanity, Separate Marble Shower/ Whirlpool Bath, Huge Master Closet. Large Cooks Kitchen with Pantry and 42" Maple Cabinetry, Gracious Island/ Breakfast bar. Light Fills this Space All Day Long! Nicely Appointed Living /Dining, with Hard Wood, Gas Fireplace, private balcony off living and second bedroom, large windows. Side by Side laundry, wonderful storage space. Low assessments, engineer on staff every day. 1 parking space included in attached heated Garage with storage included. A Really Wonderful Home and Wonderful Building. Unit is also for rent for 3200.00 per month including parking
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This listing 33 West Huron Street #509 Chicago, Il 60654
is a attached single listing
with 2 full baths, 2 bedrooms . 33 West Huron Street #509 was built in 2003. 33 West Huron Street #509 is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60654.
It has been listed on our site since 6/27/18.
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