Welcome To Albany Park, The Most Diverse Community In Chicago With The Best Selection of Restaurants. Walking Distance To Brown Line, Schools, Library, Shopping, Parks and North Eastern Illinois University. This Sun-Filled Condo Has 2 Spacious Bedrooms And Gleaming Hardwood Floors. Your New Kitchen Has All Stainless Steel Appliances, Granite Counter Tops, Breakfast Bar, 42" Cabinets And A Dishwasher. For Your Convenience There Is An In-Unit Laundry And Deeded Parking Space Is Included. Albany Park Has The Highest Walking Scores In The City.
This listing 4944 North Kimball Avenue 4e Chicago, Il 60625
is a attached single listing
with 2 full baths, 2 bedrooms and approximately 941 square feet. 4944 North Kimball Avenue 4E is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60625.
It has been listed on our site since 6/20/18.
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Albany Park is located in the far northwest side of Chicago, and is known as “Chicago’s Gateway to the World.” Click here to read more .
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