WOW! Lots of space in this home! Freshly painted and a brend new bathroom renovation. Huge kitchen has plenty of space for a table and even an island if you choose, or furnish as a Great Room with an open concept feel. Large living room has sunny east facing window. Harwood floors through out. 2 first floor bedrooms and a HUGE master on 2nd floor w/ versatile additional space that could be used as: closet, nursery, office, reading nook? You decide. Finished basement with full bath, nice rec room space, laundry and extra room for storage. Additional crawl style storage accessible through laundry room. 2.5 garage on alley, fenced yard, tree lined street, rear patio area all make this a great home. See this one today before it is too late.
This listing 3632 North Odell Avenue Chicago, Il 60634
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms and approximately 1,612 square feet. 3632 North Odell Avenue was built in 1955. 3632 North Odell Avenue is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60634.
It has been listed on our site since 11/7/18.
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Dunning is snuggled closely between the Chicago suburbs Harwood Heights and Elmwood Park in Chicago’s far northwest region. Click here to read more.
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