INVESTORS & DEVELOPERS! Do not miss your opportunity to purchase this HOT Logan Square property which borders Bucktown. Unbeatable location! 5 blocks away from the 606 Trail and just 1 block from the Western CTA Blue Line Station. "Walker's Paradise" 94 Walk Score! The area around Milwaukee and Western is booming with development. New homes within a quarter mile have sold for over 1.3million. Lot size is 25 X 125 feet. Motivated sellers!
This listing 2427 West Homer Street Chicago, Il 60647
is a detached single listing
with 1 full bath, 1 half bath, 3 bedrooms . 2427 West Homer Street is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60647.
It has been listed on our site since 2/16/18.
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Logan Square, just 5 miles northwest of the Loop, is one of Chicago liveliest, most affluent and evolving neighborhoods. A great mix of the old and the new helps define Logan Square as a progressive and growing community of Chicago with deep roots to the region’s history. One of Chicago’s oldest communities, Logan Square has become one its most progressive and cutting edge, as well...
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