Classic 1960's Brick two flat on a beautiful treelined street & walking distance to the Skokie swift is the perfect investment. All leases are month to month. Full partially finished basement with extra full bath lends itself to duplexing from 1st floor apartment. Oak hardwood floors throughout, 3 bedroom each appt., separate HVAC units and large oversized yard with 2.5 car garage Beautifully maintained with recent improvements, New roof on both building and garage, new gutters & downspouts, new siding on enclosed porch & a new garage entry door ! A great investment you can call your own ! By appointment only ! 48 hrs notice needed!
This listing 8206 Knox Avenue Skokie, Il 60076
is a two to four units listing
with 6 bedrooms on a lot of 4,792 sqft (or 0.11 acres). 8206 Knox Avenue was built in 1960. 8206 Knox Avenue is located in Skokie and in ZIP Code 60076.
It has been listed on our site since 6/16/18.
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Skokie is Chicago’s neighbor to the north, offering the culture of the city with the conveniences of suburban living. An excellent place for families, Skokie boasts a strong art and cultural scene, a bustling downtown area and an active park district.
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