All New development offers the best value in the St. Charles school district. 4 bedrooms 2.1 baths plus a 2nd story bonus room. Lovely kitchen flows open into dining area and large family room. Formal living room. Master bedroom with huge walk in closet. Second floor laundry room. Basement and THREE car garage. This is a great floor plan, nice and open, light filled! Quality built by K. Hovnanian Homes. Fantastic location near shopping, dining and entertainment. Other home sites and floor plans available. Pricing reflects incentive for using builder's lender or cash.
This listing 8 Sagebrook Avenue South Elgin, Il 60177
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms and approximately 3,208 square feet. 8 Sagebrook Avenue was built in 2018. 8 Sagebrook Avenue is located in South Elgin and in ZIP Code 60177.
It has been listed on our site since 10/26/17.
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The Village of South Elgin is a close knit community rich in history and natural beauty. South Elgin is a village that is easily accessible, but tucked away far enough to be free of busy highways. South Elgin residents enjoy a high standard of living, a healthy park system, and friendly gathering places.
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