Large, Cozy Place Ideal For Value Seekers Looking For A Memorable And Culturally-diverse Experience In A Quaint Neighborhood That's Also A Convenient Base To Explore Other Fun Sites In Chicago.
From A Relatively Obscure Neighborhood That Locals Referred To At A Time As Germantown Or Little Europe, Lincoln Square Has Become A Destination Spot For Those Who Want To Shop Its Unique Specialty Stores - Merz Apothercary, Timeless Toys, Gene's Sausage Shop, Book Cellar, To Name A Few. There Are Also Many Restaurants, Taverns, The Famed Old Town School Of Folk Music, Art Fairs And Festivals, Farmer's Market And Many More Activities Catering To Diverse Tastes And All Ages That Have Attracted An Increasing Number Of Visitors. Downtown Chicago Is Seven Miles From Here And Is A 20-minute Ride Via Chicago's 'L' Train (short For The Elevated Tracks It Rides On). The City Is Also One Of The Bike-friendliest In The Us And Rental Divvy Bike Riders Are Everywhere Year-round - Yes, Even In The Winter!
The Property Is Three Blocks Away From The World-renowned Old Town School Of Folk Music, Where You Can Catch Jazz, Flamenco, Samba, Salsa, Cajun, Reggae, African And Other Genres Of Folk/world Music In An Intimate Setting. Half-acre Brewery, Which Has Made A Name For Itself Among Craft Beer Enthusiasts Anywhere, Is A 5-minute Walk And Their Saturday Tours Are A Must For Beer Lovers. Their Daisy Cutter Is My Favorite.
Right Next Door To The Property Is Grand Tour, A Newly Opened Sports Bar/restaurant Whose Specialty Is Its Offering Of Cuisines From Different Countries Every Month, Not To Mention Its International Weekend Brunch And Extensive Beer Selections. A Walk Around The Corner Is Lutz Continental Cafe And Pastry Shop, A Chicago Institution Famous For Their German Pastry And Cake Specialties. Great Coffee Is Available There In Addition To Starbucks, Julius Meinl, And Beans And Bagels That Are All Within Walking Distance.
Besides Grand Tour, There Are Countless Other Restaurants In The Area That Cater To All Ethnic Tastes And Affordability - Greek, Polish, Mexican, German, British, Thai, Japanese, Korean, Indian, Italian, Filipino, Peruvian, Lebanese.... You Name It, They're All Around Here. There Are Also Plenty Of Mid- To High-end Dining, With Goosefoot And Elizabeth In The Latter Category Attracting Rave Reviews From Foodies And Experts, No Small Feat In A City That Has 8,000-plus Restaurants.
If You'd Rather Just Hang Out And Grill In The Backyard, There Are Stores Close By Where You Can Shop For Meats, Produce And Other Grocery Needs. A popular option is to have a picnic at Welles Park, which is just a block away. Owner will provide a portable grill for this option. My Nephew Who Lives In The Second Floor Of The Building Had Gone To Chef School And Would Also Be Open To Custom-preparing Meals For Indoor Dining.
100% refund if you cancel at least 60 days before check-in.
50% refund if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
No refund if you cancel less than 30 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
|Season||Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend||Weekly||Monthly||Min Stay|
|Standard||Oct-21-2021 - Dec-31-2022||$195.00||-||$1200.00||$3300.00||2|
Check in after: 4:00 PM
Check out before: 11:00 AM
We said it felt like grandma and grandpa's house! Very endearing and large kitchen for our large group. There were enough areas through out the house, that allowed for alone time when needed. Very comfortable and provided for all our needs.
Great location and plenty of room. Bit of clutter & dated decor, but for a group, there was a lot of space to spread out. Lots of restaurants close by, as well as Aldi’s , which was very convenient. Lovely neighborhood to walk in & several parks nearby. Parking was super easy which is rare in Chicago. Proximity to train was great as well. Virgil was so responsive & helpful before, & during our stay.
We came in 2 groups ( my friend’s family and my son). Total of 7 people in a group. So we where looking for a place to stay especially with little ones with us. The apartment had a vintage feel to it but it has a very homey atmosphere. My son and my friends kept on complimenting on how the apartment feels so cozy especially the beds. Kitchen is well stocked from cooking pots and pans to condiments. We did save $ from eating out all the time. If you are like us that we cooked home meals . This place is for you ( especially in a big group with kids) . We are surprised when we found a baby high chair too! We have a good nights rest every time we went home from touring the city. It is close to many shops and restaurants around the area. Also it is not too far to the loop area. This is a very family oriented apartment . Thank you Mr Virgil for the chitchat. We enjoyed our stay in Chicago and hopefully we’ll be back soon. I will definitely choose this place again to stay !
great apartment for a larger family owner is great we hope to return
This was the first time renting a home for vacation. The neighborhood was great. A grocery store across the street was great to purchase snacks and stuff for breakfast. The kitchen was great enough pans to make breakfast. The bedrooms and beds were good. The bathrooms and showers were very clean. If I have to come to Chicago again, I would hope this place is available. There is about a 45 mins drive to the city, but the neighboring towns like Oak Park and River Forest are great to go have lunch or dinner even dessert. These towns are about 30 mins away and easy to find parking.