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Cute brick two-flat asks $835K in Lincoln Square

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The four-bedroom home is next to the North Branch

A two-story brick home with a front yard and metal fence.
4705 N. Washtenaw Avenue
Photos by VHT Studios

Lincoln Square is a small neighborhood just north of Ravenswood Manor near the North Branch Chicago River. Many of the area’s homes include foursquares, brick two-flats, and bungalows.

This humble green-trimmed home was built in 1920 on a wide lot which means there’s yard space and a roomier layout. It comes with four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and even a sunny painting studio. While most of the home looks new, there is penny tile flooring and an art glass window in the foyer that call back to some of the home’s original features.

The two-story home has a bright living room with a bay window and a spacious dining room just off the kitchen. The kitchen is a great size with lots of cabinet storage, a walk-in pantry, and second refrigerator. Two staircases lead up to the second floor which has an open family room and a master suite with a rehabbed bathroom. The backyard features string lights, an herb garden, and a two-car garage.

It’s easy to get around as this home is right near the Brown Line’s Rockwell station and there are plenty of places to get outside like the riverside parks along the North Branch.

4705 N. Washtenaw Avenue is listed for $835,000 with Ryan Huyler of Compass.

A foyer with original penny tile flooring and a door with an art glass window.
A living room with a sectional, glass shade light fixture, a bay window, and a tv.
A kitchen with an island, blonde cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and black countertops.
A spacious dining room with a lantern light fixture and a large black and white area rug. There is a table with four chairs.
A bedroom with hardwood floors, a grey bed, a minimal wood dresser, and a fan.