If you have a knack for home improvement as well as vision for potential, this rare design, larger than average step ranch is the perfect home for you. With all brick exterior, walk out lower level, hardwood floors and a larger than average unique floor plan this home is truly one of a kind. Let's not overlook the amazing location as well, steps from Oak Ridge school and minutes from I-294 as well as I-55 you could not ask for a better location!! This 3 bedroom, 2 bath home is being sold as-is, all information is estimated & taxes pro rated at 100%. Buyer will be responsible for survey as well. This is a great home with unlimited potential on a wooded lot, the privacy and unique floor plan are one of a kind!!!
This listing 8801 West 103rd Street Palos Hills, Il 60465
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms on a lot of 14,810 sqft (or 0.34 acres). 8801 West 103rd Street was built in 1965. 8801 West 103rd Street is located in Palos Hills and in ZIP Code 60465.
It has been listed on our site since 1/3/18.
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Palos Hills is a glorious wooded environment just 16 miles southwest of the Chicago Loop . Click here to read more.
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