1. 1700 W. 105th St., Chicago/Beverly neighborhood. Asking price: $142,000, according to realtor listings.
This is a 1.5-story, three bedroom home that has been designated a historic Chicago bungalow. The home has two bathrooms and 1,250 square feet of living space. It was built in 1920.
The home features a living room/dining room combo with a fireplace. It has a walk-in pantry in the kitchen and perennial gardens with a pond in the yard.
The master bedroom measures 12x11. The home comes equipped with a two-car detached garage. It has a side drive.
2. 10921 Tripp Ave., Oak Lawn. Asking price: $149,900, according to realtor listings.
This is a 1.5-story, four-bedroom brick Cape Cod-style home. It has 1.5 bathrooms and sits on a lot that measurs 50x133. The home was built in 1957.
The home has refinished hardwood floors, a new furnace and a new central AC unit. It has updated windows, an eat-in kitchen and a full basement.
The master bedroom measures 13x12. The home comes equipped with a fenced yard and an attached one-car garage.
Realtor source/listing information: David J. Cobb, RE/MAX All Properties.
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