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Beautiful four-unit in Heart of Italy asks $650K

This charming Pilsen area building has a Mediterranean flair to it

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff

If you’re handy and have been considering getting into the landlord game, here’s an excellent opportunity on the Lower West Side. Located on West 25th Street just steps away from the fine Italian restaurants on Oakley, this building includes four total units wrapped in a unique facade. The building features a handsome exterior with checkered face brick and almost a Mediterranean flair with its Spanish roof tiles and turreted entryway. However, the interior is all classic Chicago, complete with original doors, hardware, built-ins, and other fixtures.

According to the listing, three of the units are two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartments while the fourth is a larger three-bedroom, two-bathroom unit. The listing agent also hints to two other likely-illegal units in the basement which are currently unoccupied. And while public transit is just a few blocks away, the building also features a four-car garage in the back.

Here’s a chance to get a building that has been clearly lovingly maintained for a reasonable price. Mom and pop landlords and other independent property owners might want to jump on this before a developer gets a hold of it.