This is your opportunity step right into a beautifully rehabbed and restored historic property that will be developed into 4 duplex units. Each unit will offer ample living areas, accommodating layouts, great finishes, upgrade options and re-redesign of layout are available. Units may be eligible for a historic property tax freeze, which can translate to HUGE savings for you. Contact us today for a list of features available. This could very well be the place you'll want to call home.
Cats OK, Dogs OK, Pet Count Limitation, Pet Weight Limitation, 99 lbs. max.
Gas, Forced Air
Circuit Breakers, 100 Amp Service
This listing 902 South 3rd Avenue D Maywood, Il 60153
is a attached single listing
with 1 full bath, 2 bedrooms and approximately 1,200 square feet. 902 South 3rd Avenue D was built in 2016. 902 South 3rd Avenue D is located in Maywood and in ZIP Code 60153.
It has been listed on our site since 6/27/17.
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Maywood is the home of several historic homes listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is rich with history connected to aviation and automobile racing. With an estimated population of 26,987 people, the community promotes economic development and growth. Click here to read more.
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