WEST LINCOLN PARK 2BED/2BATH WITH GARAGE PARKING INCLUDED! SOUTH FACING SKYLINE VIEWS/ FLOOR-TO CEILING WINDOWS. IMMACULATE HOME - 1120SF. HARDWOOD FLOORS, KITCHEN W/CHERRY CABINETRY, SS APPLIANCES, GRANITE CNTRTOPS. MASTER BATH W/DOUBLE BOWL VANITY. CUSTOM PAINT JOB! ELEVATOR BUILDING! LARGE PRVT SOUTH FACING BALCONY. TONS OF CLOSET SPACE & ADDITIONAL STORAGE. BUILDING HAS ROOF TERRACE, BIKE ROOM. FHA APPROVED!
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Last updated Jan 19, 2023
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American International Realty
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Based on information submitted to MLS GRID as of Jan 19, 2023, 06:01 pm.
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