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This listing 1531 North North Park Avenue Chicago, Il 60610
is a two to four units listing
with 9 bedrooms on a lot of 2,178 sqft (or 0.05 acres). 1531 North North Park Avenue is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60610.
It has been listed on our site since 8/20/18.
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