Absolutely charming 2 bedroom ~ 2 full bath home in one of Streeterville's most popular vintage boutique buildings. The home offers gorgeous hardwood parquet floors throughout and 9'+ high ceilings which allow great natural light to filter in. Updated bright & white kitchen. Master bath has vintage feel with modern touches and an updated 2nd bathroom. Both bedrooms feature en-suite bathrooms. Washer/Driver approved to install. Rental parking next door. Walk to everything, Michigan Avenue, Water Tower, Oak Street Beach, restaurants, Lake Michigan, Navy Pier, area hotels & fabulous shopping venues. Historical elegance in one of Chicago's most-desired locations. The building features 24/7 door staff, two elevators, a planted roof top deck, fitness center, and laundry facility. Large storage comes with the unit.
This listing 222 East Chestnut Street 9d Chicago, Il 60611
is a attached single listing
with 2 full baths, 2 bedrooms . 222 East Chestnut Street 9D was built in 1929. 222 East Chestnut Street 9D is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60611.
It has been listed on our site since 8/6/18.
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