Old and Charming at it's best!! Extraordinary historic home right downtown beautiful Geneva. Close to everything, shops, restaurants, Fox River, and bike paths. This home has the character of 1900, but the livability of today. Upscale chef's kitchen boasts Maple cabinets, granite, and all high-end appliances. All are accentuated by Mackenzie-Childs porcelain tiles. LR/DR opens to flagstone patio thru three sets of French Doors. Amazing, full glass Conservatory with heated porcelain floor, overlooks double, fenced lot. Original hardwoods and trims throughout. Large master suite has heated bathroom floor, antique free standing tub, separate shower, and generous walk-in closet. First floor den or 4th BR. Three car garage. Four fireplaces and finished room in the basement. 3 blocks to Metra! This is a one of a kind home!
This listing 217 South 1st Street Geneva, Il 60134
is a detached single listing
with 3 full baths, 4 bedrooms and approximately 3,730 square feet. 217 South 1st Street was built in 1900. 217 South 1st Street is located in Geneva and in ZIP Code 60134.
It has been listed on our site since 10/4/17.
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Geneva is an affluent suburb located on the western fringe of the Chicago suburbs. The town’s scenic location along the Fox River, robust downtown shopping district and active historical society makes it a popular tourist destination.
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