Oak Park Apartment Rental Photos and Description
first floor flat -large bright 2 bedroom apartment in Historic Oak Park
The first floor flat is a large bright 2 bedroom apartment with a new kitchen featuring Stainless Steel Fagor appliances, granite counter tops and maple flooring. We have hardwood floors in the Living Room & Dining Room. Two carpeted bedrooms with a queen in one and twin bunk beds in the second. LvRm with couch & love seat and Futon in game room creates even more space. The apartment is fully furnished including all kitchen items with a piano for your use, ATT U-verse TV, internet and phone.
Extra space is provided inside with a Playroom in the full basement with a TV , Foosball table and a laundry room.
Outside makes the house so much more than staying in a hotel. A shared, fenced yard can be used for evening grilling or relaxing around the firepit. Both the Front & Back porches are covered with the front easily accommodating seating for 6. Plus you’ll have access to one garage parking space!
It is available for a minimum of four days.
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
- non smoking only
- children welcome
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
Transplanted Rhode Islander who has fallen in love with Chicago and Oak Park. I do a lot of travel and this is my apartment you'll be staying at!
Rob purchased this apartment in 1998
Why Rob chose Oak Park
Our house is in the Ridgeland Historical District and was build in 1914. One of only two homes on the block originally designed as a two flat. Scoville is a quiet tree lined street a walk from all the attractions that garnished Oak Park’s Frank Lloyd Wright Historic District the American Planning Association ranking as one of the Top 10 Best Neighborhoods in the Nation and the Village of Oak Park was voted Third Best Neighborhood in the United States.
What makes this apartment unique
Our 1200 sqft first floor apartment at 233 South Scoville Ave very comfortable, vintage home with lots of character in the heart of
Oak Park a town famous as a unique village anchored in the late 1900’s by Frank Llyod Wright’s home and studio. Oak Park is the closest western suburb of Chicago and only 8 miles to Lake Michigan and Millennium Park. The apartment is a short walk to the Green Line making it an ideal Chicago touring location or Marathon training location.