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Booth Hansen designed town home facing the Ogden Slip! Bright lovely home with South exposure and water views. NO LAND LEASE!!! This town home features: 11 ft ceilings; recently redone kitchen (Ernesto Meda and SS Gaggenau appliances) and baths; hardwood floors; fire place; real laundry room; abundant closet space; 750 sq.ft. roof top deck+balcony off kitchen+back yard (all facing Ogden Slip and its tree-lined promenade!!);1 extra large garage space+1 parking pad. Do not miss this splendid opportunity to live in vibrant Streeterville and feel as if on vacation at the same time. Walking distance from Whole Foods, museums, restaurants, Meg Mile and Navy Pier
Parking, Common Insurance, TV/Cable, Exterior Maintenance, Lawn Care, Scavenger, Snow Removal, Internet Access
This listing 408 East North Water Street D Chicago, Il 60611
is a attached single listing
with 3 full baths, 3 bedrooms and approximately 2,400 square feet. 408 East North Water Street D was built in 1997. 408 East North Water Street D is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60611.
It has been listed on our site since 9/20/18.
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