Stunning home located on a golf course lot in the highly sought out Gregg's Landing subdivision. You will be invited in by the exterior charm and greeted by a grand foyer. Living room offers two story ceilings , plenty of natural light and open to the dining room. Every day living will be centered around the family room where there is a cozy fireplace. A full kitchen designed to flow around the center island features granite countertops, open concept floor plan with views overlooking family room and eating area with access to the back deck. Separate office is perfect for quiet reading or home work. Upstairs will be the master suite with a large walk in closet ensuite featuring dual vanity, jetted tub, and separate shower. 3 additional bedrooms each better than the next and a full bathroom complete the second level. A large 2 car garage, full unfinished basement and main floor laundry complete the elements of this truly elegant home.
This listing 1686 Haig Point Lane Vernon Hills, Il 60061
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms and approximately 3,350 square feet on a lot of 11,326 sqft (or 0.26 acres). 1686 Haig Point Lane was built in 2002. 1686 Haig Point Lane is located in Vernon Hills and in ZIP Code 60061.
It has been listed on our site since 2/9/18.
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