Alicja Skibicki Real Estate Team

1809 West Grand Avenue
CHICAGO, IL 60622

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$1,600,000

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  • 5 Bedrooms

  • 1873 Year Built

  • 4/22/2019 List Date

GREAT DEVELOPMENT/INVESTMENT PROPERTY ON GRAND AVE AND WOOD ST. OVER 9120 SQUARE FEET OF LAND.
MLS#
10351960
Property Type
Residential

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Additional Details

This listing 1809 West Grand Avenue Chicago, Il 60622 is a two to four units listing with 5 bedrooms on a lot of 2,178 sqft (or 0.05 acres). 1809 West Grand Avenue was built in 1873. 1809 West Grand Avenue is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60622. It has been listed on our site since 4/22/19.

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