1645 W Addison Street, Unit 2

1645 W Addison Street, Unit 2, Chicago, IL 60657

Beautiful Lakeview 2 bed/ 2 bath condo in a small intimate 4 unit building. Hardwood floors throughout open floor plan. Gas fireplace in living/dining room, open concept kitchen with cherry wood cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and huge peninsula for plenty of counter space. Spacious 2nd bedroom, marble tiled guest bath with undermount sink vanity. Large primary bedroom can accommodate a king size bed, with en suite bathroom and dual sink vanity. Deck perfect for grilling off the back and in-unit washer dryer make this a wonderful place to live and stay for awhile. Close to CTA Bus and L , Parks, Shops, Restaurants, and more! Less than 3 Blocks from Southport Corridor, Roscoe Village, and North Center. Garage parking and extra Storage included.



Chris  Johnson

Chris Johnson


Broker Associate

Sophia Klopas

Sophia Klopas

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Features & Amenities


  • FireplaceWood Burning, Gas Starter
  • APPLIANCESRange, Microwave, Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Washer, Dryer, Disposal, Stainless Steel Appliance(s)
  • bedrooms2
  • total baths2
  • full baths2
  • other interior FeaturesHardwood Floors, Laundry Hook-Up in Unit, Storage

Area & Lot

  • Status Sold
  • MLS ID10996201
  • YEAR BUILT2000
  • Water FrontageN
  • School District299
  • Elementary SchoolHamilton Elementary School
  • Middle SchoolHamilton Elementary School
  • High SchoolLake View High School


  • HEAT TYPENatural Gas, Forced Air
  • roofRubber
  • lot featuresFenced Yard, Landscaped
  • other exterior FeaturesDeck, Storms/Screens
  • sewerPublic Sewer
  • Garage Space1


  • PRICE$415,000
  • HOA FEES$265
  • Real Estate Taxes$9,543 /

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Partners Sophia Klopas and Jason Stratton are a brother and sister team who have been in the Illinois real estate market for over twenty years. Together they offer complementary skill sets and professional expertise that make The KlopasStratton Team truly unique.

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