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1941 W. Balmoral Ave.

Neighborhood:
Bowmanville/Andersonville
Snapshot:

Availability:
FULLY LEASED
Current Availability

Building Features

5 Units
Three (3) 2-bed / 1-bath units
One (1) 3-bed / 2-bath
Duplex Unit
One (1) 1-bed / 1-bath
Garden Unit

AMENITIES

High Speed Internet/Cable Ready for Easy Hook-up
Secured Intercom System
Small Shared Side Yard

MECHANICAL

Central Heat
Window AC

FLOORING

Unit Specific

LAUNDRY

In-Building

PETS

Pet friendly (breed and size restrictions)

ON-SITE SERVICES

Lawn Maintenance
Snow Removal
Trash & Recycling Pickup

Neighborhood Features

Within 1 (one) Mile Radius
BRUNCH

m. henry
Lost Larson
Pauline’s
Fireside Restaurant & Lounge
Big Jones

LUNCH

Little Bad Wolf
Parson’s Chicken & Fish
Lady Gregory’s Irish Bar & Restaurant

BOOZE

Half Acre Brewery
Spiteful Brewery
Empirical Brewery
Nobody’s Darling
Hopleaf

DINNER

Rezano’s Restaurant
Uvae Kitchen and Wine Bar
Fiya

EXERCISE

Hardware Strength & Fitness
Cheetah Gym
Orange Shoe Personal Fitness
Be Yoga Andersonville

GROCERIES

Jewel-Osco
Edgewater Produce
Walgreens

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

Divvy Bike Station – Across from Building
CTA Damen – Brown Line
Ravenswood Metra Station

UNIVERSITY

NA

Rent Terms

APPLICATION FEE


$50 Per Person

MOVE-IN FEE

$400 for 1st Person + $250/additional person(s)

PET FEE

$25/month/pet

PARKING

Street

RESIDENT PAYS

Gas
Electric
Internet/Cable

1941 W. Balmoral is a 5-unit building located on the corner of Balmoral & Winchester in the desirable Bowmanville/Andersonville neighborhood. TimeOut.com determined it is not only the COOLEST neighborhood in the United States, but also one of the coolest neighborhoods in the world. The neighborhood has tons of great community fests, restaurants, nightlife, and is short distance to the lake. You will always find something to do in this neighborhood.

The building is quiet with streets lined with single family homes, well-manicured lawns, community gardens and green space. A short walk and residents are along Clark Street's fabled "restaurant strip," where you’ll find craft brew emporium Hopleaf Bar, epic brunch spot m. henry and some of the city's best comfort food at Big Jones. Walk out your door and you can try some of Chicago's best local brews at Half Acre and Spiteful Brewery. Scroll down for photos and more details.

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