A Craftsman's Dream Bungalow in Incredible Irving Park! 3 bed/2 bath updated bungalow on an oversized corner lot. Lovingly maintained home by longtime owners w/ many recent custom updates. Tons of light & stunning features, including stained glass, gorgeous woodwork, gas fireplace & hardwood floors. Bathrooms have been remodeled in last 2 years & include high end fixtures & radiant floor heat. Full second floor Master Suite boasts private sitting room & adjoining Master Bath. Custom radiator covers as well as restored transom windows in front bay enhance the arts & crafts style of the home. Corner lot allows for additional light & parking. Fenced yard w/ exceptional perennial garden. Amazing area with many amenities all within a few blocks! McFetridge Sport Center w/ year round ice rink, Indoor/Outdoor Tennis Courts, California Park Pool, Wheelchair Baseball Diamond, Horner Park Trails, Clark Park Rowing Center & Canoe/Kayak Launch & much, much more! Truly a once in a lifetime find!
This listing 3859 North Richmond Street Chicago, Il 60618
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms on a lot of 3,485 sqft (or 0.08 acres). 3859 North Richmond Street was built in 1914. 3859 North Richmond Street is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60618.
It has been listed on our site since 2/17/18.
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Irving Park has a long and rich history and a community that strives to keep that history alive through preservation of their historic architecture. Old, large elm and ash trees line Irving Park’s shady streets and avenues populated by substantial mansions, ornate apartment buildings and quaint bungalows. Home to a friendly and neighborly nightlife and famous restaurants like Smoque BB...