WRIGLEYVILLE — You could live in a home that’s closer to Wrigley Field than the distance around the bases.
A 130-year-old, wood frame home at 1110 W. Addison St. is on the market for just more than $1 million, according to its Zillow listing.
The home is just west of the intersection of Addison and Clark streets, sitting about 300 feet from the ballpark’s famous marquee. For context, a home run trot is 360 feet, with 90 feet between bases.
The only thing standing between the house and the Friendly Confines is the Hotel Zachary, Clark Street and throngs of fans on game days.
The apartment on the main floor has three bedrooms, an office, kitchen, dining room, living area and a bathroom, according to the listing. The second, upper unit has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen, dining room, living room and attic. The basement has a washer, drier and partial bathroom.
The building also has an enclosed porch and fenced-in front entrance, according to Zillow.
The home was featured in a 2018 story by WGN, which reported Dolores Wilson had lived there since the ’60s. The home has been in her family for decades, but Wilson recently died and her daughter has moved out, according to WGN.
The home is being sold as-is, promising “huge income for years.”
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