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This classic Beverly bungalow built in 1921 is a steal at $399K

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It comes with bay windows, leaded glass, and a brick fireplace

Courtesy of Margaret Mulrenin of First In Realty Executives.

Beverly has suburban vibes—and that’s because it started out as one before Chicago annexed it in 1890. The main drag, South Longwood Drive, features historic homes in styles ranging from Tudor to Carpenter Gothic. And of course, plenty of bungalows.

This sweet bungalow was built in 1921 but has gone through an interior rehab. The 2,500-square-foot comes with five bedrooms and two bathrooms. Plus, a large backyard with mature trees and a wooden deck.

There’s a traditional formal living room with bay windows centered around a painted brick, decorative fireplace. Updates in the kitchen include a breakfast nook with benches and new cabinets. Adding a bit of charm to the room is an original, wood burning fireplace.

Considering this Beverly home? 10502 S. Bell Avenue is listed for $399,900 with Margaret Mulrenin of First In Realty Executives.

The living room gets lots of light from the large bay windows and has a decorative fireplace. There is a sectional couch and two yellow armchairs.
The master bedroom is on the top floor with a bed and two windows. There is a nook with a bench and a full length mirror.
A breakfast nook with benches and windows. A large square table sits in the middle.
A kitchen with dark wooden cabinets and a brick fireplace.