Sold in 28 Days

Located in the heart of Lakeview, 828 W. Waveland is a spacious duplex down on a tree-lined street within walking distance to the very best that Lakeview has to offer. Only two blocks from the Whole Foods, four blocks from the lake, and an easy ten-minute walk to historic Wrigley Field.

This spacious home falls within the Greeley Elementary and Lake View High School attendance areas.

A variety of amenities are within walking distance. The lakefrontwith its softball fields, tennis courts, playground, lakefront trails, and golf courseis only four blocks east down Waveland. The highly rated Argentinean hotspot Tango Sur, and the wildly popular Angelinas Ristorante are both nearby as well. Of course, Wrigleyville is only half of a mile west, with enough entertainment opportunities to last a lifetime.

Transportation options are convenient. Its a few short blocks to the Addison Red Line L station, and easy access to Lake Shore Drive via Irving Park Road.

The main level features dual living areas, dining area, powder room, wet bar, surround sound, wood-burning fireplace and Chefs kitchen with granite countertops, Viking/Wolf appliances and walk-in pantry. Two sets of sliding doors lead out of the main level onto a spacious balcony for grilling and entertaining.

The lower level features four large bedrooms with plenty of natural light filtering in from the oversized bedroom windows, as well as two full baths, and a laundry area.

The large master bedroom features a deep, walk-in closet and spa-like bath complete with double vanity, separate shower, finished with natural stone and marble.

One garage space included. 

Sold for $728,000 in 28 days.

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