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Converted Greystone in Rogers Park Listed For $645,000

By Stephanie Sims | August 18, 2016 12:16pm
 6627 N. Greenview Ave.
6627 N. Greenview Ave.
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ROGERS PARK — A three-story home that was converted from a two-flat decades ago at 6627 N. Greenview Ave. is listed for $645,000.

Connie Abels with RE/MAX said her latest listing is a 3,800-square-foot home on a double lot with many updates, including central air conditioning, but plenty of vintage features.

"Oak abounds in this home," Abels said. You enter the home through the oak plank door, and inside are tall oak baseboards, crown molding, paneling, doors and beautifully finished dark-stained floors.

"The kitchen is to die for," Abels said. Designed and installed by Airoom, the high-end appliances include a Wolf range and warming drawer, Sub Zero fridge and Bosch dishwasher. It also has plenty of counter space featuring quartz countertops and vanilla white marble backsplash. Two windows overlook the yard.

A double bowl under-mount sink has a custom Cambria pull-out faucet, and there are also soft-close drawers, custom brushed stainless handles on cabinets, a wine cubbie, trash drawer and broom closet. The island offers more counter space, topped with Brazilian Schist natural stone, and there is also a sunny breakfast room, between the kitchen and parlor, that's large enough to fit a table for eight.

French doors in the breakfast room open up to the large lower deck.

The home has a 3½-car garage, a new concrete porch, two outdoor decks and a landscaped garden/yard that was featured in Rogers Park Garden Walk in 2013.

The home is close to the lake, Red Line and several neighborhood amenities including grocery stores, restaurants and bars. 

Abels also has three other condos for sale right on the lakefront; contact her for more information. 

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