All utilities bills are included (heating, cooking gas, electricity, water, internet, garbage dispalsal)
This is the basement unit of a recently rehabbed 6-unit corner building located at 2356 S Drake Ave and W 24th st. Close to schools, walk distance to CTA Pink Line ( Central Park station) and bus stops and historical 26th commercial street. All ceramic tile , newer faucets and fixtures. Spacious eat-in kitchen with new counter top and cabinets. Bills are included. The refrigerator/Stove are provided already ( you can bring your own if you want).
Separate storage room in basement at $40/month additional cost. Shared Wireless Internet available and included in the rent.
Apartment will be available as of now
security deposit $680 ( refundable) .
Application fee to cover background / credit check cost $30 per adult.
NO PETS allowed
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Electricity, gas (heating & cooking), water & garbage bills are included $630/month for maximum 3 people( including kids) residence. Additional persons extra utility fee $30 apply per person. This in-law unit shares the mailing address with front unit 2356 S Drake ( front address of the building).
Market rate for this listing is $1,100 based on the surrounding areas and market conditions.
This listing is cheaper than the average studio in Little Village by $82.
Students who live in this rental at 2356 S Drake Avenue #BASEMENT attend the following City of Chicago School District (Unified School District) public schools:
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Lazaro Cardenas Elementary School
Grades PK - 3
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Farragut Career Academy High School
Grades 9 - 12
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