GORGEOUS ALL BRICK HOME LOCATED IN THE HEART OF GLENCOE! OPEN FLOOR PLAN IS PERFECT FOR FAMILY LIVING OR ENTERTAINING. 10' CEILINGS ON 1ST FLOOR AND SOARING CATHEDRAL CEILINGS ON 2ND LEVEL. CHEF'S KITCHEN HAS CUSTOM CABINETRY, HIGH END APPLIANCES AND GREAT EAT IN AREA. KITCHEN IS OPEN TO LARGE FAMILY ROOM WITH FIREPLACE AND BEAUTIFUL BUILT IN WALL UNIT. MUDROOM/LAUNDRY ROOM IS PERFECT DIRECTLY OFF OF ATTACHED 2 CAR GARAGE! 2ND FLOOR HAS 4 GENEROUS SIZE ROOMS INCLUDING SPACIOUS MASTER SUITE WITH 2 WALK IN CLOSETS AND MASTER BATH WITH SEPARATE JACUZZI TUB AND SHOWER. FANTASTIC BASEMENT INCLUDES, OFFICE, EXERCISE ROOM, FULL BATHROOM AND TONS OF STORAGE. STONE PATIO LEADS TO BEAUTIFUL BACKYARD. LOCATION CAN'T BE BEAT.SHORT WALK TO SCHOOL, TOWN PARKS AND TRAIN!
This listing 426 South Avenue Glencoe, Il 60022
is a detached single listing
with 3 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms and approximately 3,335 square feet on a lot of 10,890 sqft (or 0.25 acres). 426 South Avenue was built in 2003. 426 South Avenue is located in Glencoe and in ZIP Code 60022.
It has been listed on our site since 2/5/18.
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