Unique Victorian three flat on quiet tree lined street just blocks from schools, downtown Evanston and Main St shops, cafes and trains. The first and second floor units are each 1100 square feet and feature hardwood floors, 9.9 foot ceilings, remodeled eat in kitchens and baths, decorative fireplaces, four exposures, bay window, and walk in closet/pantry (9 x 4). Third floor features vaulted ceilings, open floor plan, hardwood and tiled floors, and 1100 square feet. Each unit pays their own electric and cooking gas. Owner pays for heat and water. Shared newly fenced back yard and front porch. Laundry room, storage and utilities in the basement. Since 2013: new state of the art boiler, new tear off roof, complete new exterior painting (brick and trim) and new fence. All leases expire 9/30/19 with longstanding tenants. Please see additional information for floor plans. 48 hour notice is mandatory for showings which begin on 9/18.
This listing 1203 Lee Street Evanston, Il 60202
is a two to four units listing
with 5 bedrooms . 1203 Lee Street was built in 1903. 1203 Lee Street is located in Evanston and in ZIP Code 60202.
It has been listed on our site since 9/14/18.
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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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