$1,400 /MO

1 bedroom Apartment, Bucktown

2141 W Webster Ave #1R, Chicago, IL, 60647

The Webster Apartments
1 Bed
1 Bath

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At a Glance

  • Pet Friendly
  • Air Conditioning
Square Footage: 550 sq. ft.
Date Available: Available Now
Lease Term: 12 months
Move-in Fee: $500

Neighborhood Info: Bucktown

What you Should Know

Unique Features

Stylishly renovated, south facing,and pet-friendly 1-bedroom apartment for rent that overlooks a beautiful backyard and garden in Bucktown. The updated kitchen has granite countertops with dishwasher and full stainless refrigerator. Primary bedroom offers ensuite newly renovated bathroom. Washer/dryer in the building is offered free of charge! Artistic renovated historic building in the heart of Bucktown is near restaurants, nightlife and shopping. Easy access to public transportation and 90/94. Do not miss this truly special place...

Interior Highlights

Washer & Dryer (FREE) in the building means no hauling your laundry to the laundrymat! Easy street parking on Webster too! Also, the building manager lives in the building for 24-hour help and on demand maintenance.

Best Things About the Building

Free laundry, friendly Bucktown apartment building, excellent location! Bring your dog or cat, we love pets!

Best Things About the Neighborhood

Safe, easy parking and friendly!

Why it's Worthy of Calling Home

This 1 bedroom Bucktown apartment for rent has on-site building management, is dog friendly and includes free laundry!


Pet Policy

Cats OK, Dogs OK.

Weight Limit: 
75 pounds but negotiable
Pet Deposit: 
Pet Limit: 
1 pet

Apartment Features & Amenities

The Unit

Washer/Dryer: On-Site
Air Conditioning: Window Unit
Central Heat
Hardwood Floors
Walk-in Closet
Granite / Quartz Countertops

Building Features & Amenities

The Building

On-site Maintenance
On-site Management
Secured Entry

Located in Bucktown

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Bucktown apartments for rent are in high demand in this increasingly popular neighborhood where farmers once raised their goats, or "bucks," in Chicago's past.
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