CMHDC Kolin, LLC 1501-1503 N. Kolin/4316-4322 W. LeMoyne, 1 Bed, 1 Bath

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Geographic Area Austin, 60651
Sun-filled One Bedroom - Beautiful, 850 sq ft, sun-filled one bedroom overlooks tree-lined street; new kitchen, & appliances, formal D/Rm, oak floors, new bath,, large windows. Vintage details throughout; spacious closets. Central heat No Dogs Allowed (RLNE1980609)

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  • Cats Allowed
  • No Dogs Allowed

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Located on the west side of Chicago, Austin encompasses three sub-neighborhoods: North Austin, South Austin and Galewood. This diverse community lies just east of Oak Park and is a short commute from downtown Chicago - residents use Interstate 290, also known as the Dwight D. Eisenhower Expressway, and the L's Green Line to get to the Loop.

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