Come live in Andersonville! This apartment has newly installed central air and heat, and is on the first floor of a two-flat on a beautiful tree lined street. Stunning wood floors throughout, this 2 bedroom apartment has updated features while keeping it's vintage charm. The front room and dining room are open concept, with windows throughout. The eat-in kitchen has a large pantry, dishwasher and microwave, and leads to the backroom which overlooks the yard. There are sliding glass doors that lead to the private deck, and then stairs that lead down to the shared backyard patio.
There is laundry in the building, bicycle storage, and two storage closets. The basement has tons of room that could hold exercise equipment, an entertainment center, or extra storage.
The back patio has room for gardening if you have a green thumb, and a it has a table and chairs for entertaining.
The apartment comes with a spot in the garage, with room for even more storage.
Traditional Swedish bakeries sit next door to chic urban eateries on Clark Street, while off the main stretch, vintage three flats and walk-ups are neighbors to converted condos and new single family homes.
Perfect for those who...
Want an exciting, trending North Side neighborhood with tremendous shopping and dining options and quiet side streets. Those who want a more hip locale than Edgewater or Ravenswood, with a more refined and mature feel than Lakeview.
What it is like to live in Andersonville:
Andersonville's roots as a Swedish community still shows itself in the form of bakeries and European-style cafes, but the bulk of Clark Street is now home to trending brunch spots, vintage goods sellers, boutiques, handmade home goods stores, specialty wine shops, top-notch restaurants and thriving local bars.
Attractions , Landmarks and Things to Do
Swedish American Museum on Clark Street is home to art exhibits, a historical center, a library and a genealogy center. Hopleaf is a well renowned craft beer bar with 64 beers on tap including many rare European beers found nowhere else in the city. The Neo-Futurists Theater on Ashland has been staging their ever-changing signature show Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind, where they perform 30 plays in 60 minutes, since 1988.
We have a walk score of 95, which is about as good as it gets. The Bryn Mawr "L" Station is a seven minute walk down tree lined streets, and the Clark Street bus station is just around the coner. Two grocery stores, Edgewater Produce and Jewel are a block away, as is Walgreens and 7-11. Down Clark Street is shopping, restaurants (including Starbucks, Potbellies, Hamburger Mary's, Calo Ristorante, Reza's, The Swedish Bakery, Lady Gregory's, A Taste of Heaven, and more). Clark street has bike lanes all up and down, so it's a bicyclist's dream. Cochran Park and Mellin Park are a couple of blocks away, Peirce Elementary International Studies School and Northside Catholic Academy are both just down the street.
Up to three cats is okay, but sorry no dogs.
Application and credit check fee: $50 per occupant over the age of 18. Or apply on this site and it's $25.
No security deposit. Move-in fee based on number of residents.
The apartment is being renovated right now, but will be ready by September 1. It may be ready earlier. I am flexible as to the lease terms, as long as it doesn't end between Novemeber and March.