The subject property is located approximately one quarter mile from Saint Xavier University and approximately one mile south of 95th Street. The subject property consists of one studio apartment (approximately 450 square feet) and eight one-bedroom/one-bathroom units (approximately 550 square feet). All units feature electric stoves and sleeve air conditioning units. Tenants enjoy ample parking and on-site laundry. One of the one-bedroom units has received a recent kitchen renovation (granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, new cabinets). Now is the chance to obtain a well-maintained asset in a desirable Oak Lawn location.Additional income could be potentially added through unit renovation as units turn, ultimately increasing the value and yield. Schedule a showing today!
This listing 4020 West 103rd Street Oak Lawn, Il 60453
is a multi family 5+ listing
on a lot of 8,712 sqft (or 0.2 acres). 4020 West 103rd Street was built in 1964. 4020 West 103rd Street is located in Oak Lawn and in ZIP Code 60453.
It has been listed on our site since 8/16/16.
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