Lots of possibilities for this 2 bedroom co-op. Please, Please note that this is not a renovation required place for the novice. All flooring except the bathroom must be replaced. The plaster walls and ceilings must be repaired and painted (several coats). The kitchen has the old metal cabinets. Better to replace and slightly expand the kitchen. This could be a first floor easy entrance gem after it is renovated by the cash buyer looking for their next home. The building is quite well taken care of and well located near the Metra & Redline. This unit has it's own washer and dryer in the basement along with a storage room. Parking spot will be assigned. Pets are accepted.
Heat, Water, Parking, Tax, Common Insurance, Exterior Maintenance, Lawn Care, Scavenger, Snow Removal
This listing 802 Oakton Street #1 Evanston, Il 60202
is a attached single listing
with 1 full bath, 2 bedrooms and approximately 1,000 square feet. 802 Oakton Street #1 was built in 1948. 802 Oakton Street #1 is located in Evanston and in ZIP Code 60202.
It has been listed on our site since 6/15/18.
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Home to Northwestern University, Evanston is an affluent suburb of the city of Chicago. It’s perfect for raising a family if you enjoy all of the perks a city has to offer.
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