A unique opportunity to build a hardie board farmhouse with Island Construction. Stunning exterior. White with black windows and trim with a mellow gray stone. Family friendly floor plan with living room and first floor office.5 BR 41/2 baths with sweet finished basement.Paver brick patio, Sprinkling system, central vac, generator. Loaded with character and charm with the superior quality you have come to expect from the best. Located in most desired College View. Starting soon. Meet with builder now to make this beautiful home your own.
This listing 226 South Berkley Avenue Elmhurst, Il 60126
is a detached single listing
with 4 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms and approximately 3,500 square feet. 226 South Berkley Avenue was built in 2017. 226 South Berkley Avenue is located in Elmhurst and in ZIP Code 60126.
It has been listed on our site since 10/6/17.
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