Pictured on the right is the locking wrought iron gate that leads straight back to enter your new apartment about 10 feet away on the 2 shared parking spaces on private property.
There is also easy parking in front of the building if you choose.
Below is the kitchen with the living room on the right
On the right is the small bathroom with a cool "step down" sunken bath tub and shower.
Pictured below is the front bedroom. The door on the left is the closet and the door on the right is the door leading out to the living room. The bedrooms measure 7' x 12.5' or approximately 87 square feet each.
On the left is the kitchen and the room off of the kitchen is the living room on the right side of the picture. The living room measures 9.5' x 17.5' or approximately 166 square feet.
On the right is extra storage cabinets and the kitchen pantry on the left.
Below is the kitchen with appliances included with the rent looking in from the living room and the back door on the left leads to the enclosed back porch and then to the patio and private parking spaces.
Looking at the kitchen from the 2nd back bedroom>>>>>
Pictured below is the bathroom looking from the living room
Pictured on the left (middle building) is where your new apartment is located.
"BRIDGEPORT VILLAGE" IS RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER FROM YOUR NEW APARTMENT WHICH HAS NEW MILLION DOLLAR HOMES. READ ALL ABOUT BRIDGEPORT AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE.
Below is a panoramic pic is the living room looking into the kitchen, 2nd is the back foyer door on the left kitchen with the living room on the right, 3rd pic is a different view of the kitchen, living room in back and the back bedroom all the way on the right, 4th pic is the front master bedroom with the closet and other door leading into the living room, 5th living room & then bathroom.
Below is the dish set up already installed and your private new walkway out to Aberdeen Street. The sundeck on the house on the left is brand new and has been purchased by a very friendly Chicago Police officer helping to keep the neighborhood safe..
Above are several computer and TV cables which have already been professionally installed
On the right is the enclosed back porch complete with workout equipment. The door leads into the kitchen of your new apartment with the living room in the background.
Below is your private patio with a privacy fence for summer barbeques. On the right side of the picture is the private parking spaces right next to your patio and just a few steps from your apartment. The patio measures 8' x 20' or approximately 160 square feet.
Cats, Fish and other small pets are welcome if you are a responsible pet owner.
Pictured below is the front bedroom set up as a computer room still with a computer desk and the last tenant had direct hi-speed satellite and more.
ALL ABOUT BRIDGEPORT
One of the local cyber café’s is zhoubcafe.com down at the end of the block walking South which has free Wi-Fi and another fabulous local restaurant right around the corner walking East is polocafe.com where you can meet our friend Dave of 20 years.
Bridgeport's Polish history can be seen in its two churches in the Polish
Cathedral style: St. Mary of Perpetual Help and St. Barbara. The Art Institute of Chicago has recently done restoration work on the paintings in the Shrine Altars at St. Mary of Perpetual Help which date back to 1890, with further plans calling for restoration of the stained glass windows and to complete the painting of the interior ceilings and rotunda. The influence of other Eastern European immigrants to Bridgeport is evident at St. Jerome Croatian Catholic Church, which holds services in both Croatian and English.
U.S. Cellular Field, home of the Chicago White Sox, is often thought to be geographically located in Bridgeport. This is a misconception. The stadium is actually located one block to the east, in the Armour Square community area.
Bridgeport has long been one of the city's political hotbeds, having been home to five of Chicago's 45 mayors. They are, in order of service: Edward Kelly, Martin Kennelly, Richard J. Daley, Michael Bilandic, and Richard M. Daley. The most prominent example of the neighborhood's influence on Chicago politics is illustrated by a 46-year long stretch (1933-1979) in which a Bridgeport native held the city's highest office. The current mayor Daley no longer resides in Bridgeport.
Bridgeport is served by the Bridgeport News, a neighborhood newspaper delivered weekly on Wednesdays to homes throughout the neighborhood. The area is also served by two Chicago Transit Authority train stations, although one of them is technically a few blocks outside of the neighborhood.
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When you are ready to move in just call the information number in the ad, be on time and bring application, your cash move in fee, and get the keys.