in this newer 4bed/4.1bath custom-built home. Sun-drenched, with an open-concept floor plan, this 3,750 SF residence is perfect for large scale entertaining or intimate everyday living. Large gourmet kitchen is appointed with granite countertops, SS appliances, 42 inch cabinetry, and double sinks. Living/dining area includes a cozy fireplace. Enormous master suite has his/her vanities, glass shower, and spa tub. Enjoy the convenience of two laundry rooms, a 2.5-car detached garage, and a deck for summer BBQs. Located close to shopping, dining, forest preserve, lake, beach, top-rated schools, and transportation. NOTHING TO DO - SHOW AND SELL!
This listing 9644 Keeler Avenue Skokie, Il 60076
is a detached single listing
with 4 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms and approximately 3,700 square feet. 9644 Keeler Avenue was built in 2005. 9644 Keeler Avenue is located in Skokie and in ZIP Code 60076.
It has been listed on our site since 10/11/17.
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Skokie is Chicago’s neighbor to the north, offering the culture of the city with the conveniences of suburban living. An excellent place for families, Skokie boasts a strong art and cultural scene, a bustling downtown area and an active park district.
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