This South Evanston cottage, built in 1916, is on the market for $299,000.
This South Evanston cottage, built in 1916, is on the market for $299,000. The two-bedroom, one-and-a-half bath home is listed with Candace Corr of Koenig & Strey, and will be open to tour this Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m.
Set back on the property, this home has a front yard of natural greenery and foliage leading up to the front door. The first floor includes a foyer, a living room with gas fireplace, a separate dining room, and office area. Hardwood floors are throughout the first level.
Corr says it’s a bright, sun-filled living space. “Light comes in everywhere due to the location of the house on the lot.” Corr says. “That just adds to the natural charm of this property.”
The streamlined kitchen leads into a family room/ eating area with beamed ceiling and sliding glass doors – which leads out to a back deck. There is a first floor powder room as well.
Two bedrooms and a full bath are on the second floor. The master bedroom is 16×11 with ceiling beams, and the second bedroom is 12×11. Both of the bedrooms have window blinds and carpeting.
Corr says the house is in ‘move-in’ condition. “The seller has done an excellent job of updating,” she explains.
The unfinished, dry basement offers workshop space, laundry facilities and storage. There is a single car garage in back of the home.
This one-and-a-half story cottage is in the Washington Elementary School district, and is within walking distance to Main Street shops, El and Metra trains. Taxes are $3,373. For more information, contact Corr with Koenig & Strey Realtors at 847-612-9454.