Acclaimed Central Street Corridor in Evanston now offers a delightful home for sale at a very attractive price! Only a few stairs from the ground level to this move-in ready home. A beautiful new kitchen (2017) will make your meal prep a joy. There is a separate dining area, a very large living room, and two generous-sized bedrooms. The bathroom has also been updated recently. With central air conditioning, your own private washer and dryer, total control over your own gas-fueled furnace and water heater, this is the whole package. A quick closing is possible. There is a wait list for off-street parking, but easy parking on the same block for you in the meantime. Put this one on your must-see list!
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This listing 2609 Central Street #1 Evanston, Il 60201
is a attached single listing
with 1 full bath, 2 bedrooms . 2609 Central Street #1 is located in Evanston and in ZIP Code 60201.
It has been listed on our site since 2/17/18.
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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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