Brick and frame home with second floor addition. 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, finished basement. Move-in condition.
Founded in 1833, the City of Chicago is the third most populous city in the United States.
"Chicago is partitioned into five main sections: Downtown (which contains the Loop), the North Side, the South Side, and the West Side and East side which, is called 'East of Chicago'. In the late 1920s, sociologists at the University of Chicago subdivided the city into 77 distinct community areas.
Downtown is the center of Chicago's cultural, commercial and financial institutions, and home to Grant Park and many of the city's skyscrapers. Many of the city's financial institutions are located within a section of downtown called 'The Loop', which is an eight block by five block square of city streets that are encircled by elevated rail tracks. The North Side is the most densely populated residential section of the city and many high-rises are located on this side of the city along the lakefront.
The South Side is home to the University of Chicago and the Museum of Science and Industry. It also hosts one of the city's largest parades, the annual African American Bud Billiken Day parade. Parkland stretches along the waterfront of the South Side. The West Side holds the Garfield Park Conservatory, one of the largest collections of tropical plants of any U.S. city. Cultural attractions include Humboldt Park's Puerto Rican Day Parade, Institute of Puerto Rican Arts, and the National Museum of Mexican Art in Pilsen.
East Side is one of the 77 official community areas of Chicago, Illinois. It is located on the far south side of the city, between the Calumet River and the Illinois-Indiana state line, approximately 13 miles south of Downtown Chicago. The neighborhood has its own park on Lake Michigan, Calumet Park, and its own forest preserve, Eggers Grove Forest Preserve, which neighborhood residents usually call Eggers Woods."
9 rooms, 5 beds, 3.0 baths
$4,754 for 2011