Move in ready. stunning new construction on family friendly cul-de-sac. Nantucket-style front porch. open floor plan with rich hardwood floors. Ideal space for entertaining. Chef's kitchen with oversized cambria quartz island. Custom cabinetry. Bright breakfast nook. Enjoy your bluestone patio. Go upstairs and discover your master suite and bath with glamorous spa features -including oversize marble shower and soak in tub. Gigantic double walk-in closets. Down the hall, 3 very generously-sized bedrooms with marble en-suite bathrooms. Guest quarters on lower level with en suite bath. Huge rec room. 2.5 half car heated garage. Unilock driveway can park 10 cars! Walk to train, town, schools and the beach!!!
This listing 1006 Old Elm Place Glencoe, Il 60022
is a detached single listing
with 5 full baths, 1 half bath, 5 bedrooms and approximately 4,237 square feet on a lot of 15,682 sqft (or 0.36 acres). 1006 Old Elm Place was built in 2017. 1006 Old Elm Place is located in Glencoe and in ZIP Code 60022.
It has been listed on our site since 2/21/18.
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