About this listing
Private bedroom in nice apartment on a quiet residential street in Logan Square. Easy access to train, lots of restaurants, coffee shops and nightlife in the area.
*Great price, great neighborhood, close to subway/train, free transit map and snacks!*
Hi there, I live with my boyfriend, a cat and a quiet rat terrier dog on a residential street in the super-cool neighborhood of Logan Square, just off the 24-hour blue line train from O’Hare Airport, with free street parking. There are lots of restaurants, coffee shops, grocery stores and bars within walking distance. It’s a 5-minute train ride into Wicker Park and 20 minutes to downtown.
We live in a nice first-floor apartment with hardwood floors. You will be staying in the guest bedroom, which has a comfortable bed with plenty of room.
This really is one of the best AirBnb deals in Chicago, considering the awesome neighborhood, private room, and affordable price. In addition to the room, we provide clean towels, free wifi, free snacks, bagels and juice for breakfast, a copy of the latest Chicago Reader, and a free transit map showing all of the bus and train routes in the city.
It’s a small building (just 4 apartments) with coin laundry available in the basement. You have full access to the rest of the apartment and may come and go as you please. Check-in and check-out times are flexible.
We love hosting people and we’re looking forward to hearing from you!
Logan Square is voted Best Neighborhood in Chicago every year in the Chicago Reader poll. It has lots of restaurants and bars on the main streets, with quiet residential streets in between.
The nearby train runs 24/7. Within two blocks of the house, you can find several buses that will take you most anywhere in the city.
No indoor smoking.
About the Host, Scott
Fun, friendly freelance writer who enjoys traveling throughout the U.S. and blogging on (website hidden). I'm easy to get along with and don't require much in the way of accommodations except a place to rest my head. I try to "move beyond my comfort zone" and experience as much as possible in the place I'm visiting.
I just moved into a nice place in Chicago and look forward to hosting people here! Friendly, open-minded, respectful visitors are encouraged.