NO ASSOCIATON FEES! Completely renovated in town duplex! NEW, NEW, NEW DESCRIBES THIS HOME! New windows and sliding glass door. Freshly painted throughout, new carpet. Hardwood floors have just been buffed with new coat of poly. Just gleaming!! New bathroom vanities, mirrors, lighting, and wainscoating. Baths have ceramic tile flooring. New microwave and dishwasher, new deck, professionally landscaped. Large corner lot. Kitchen boasts beautiful maple cabinets, hardwood floor and corian counter tops. Bright open floor plan including vaulted ceiling in the living room. Newer Roof. Newer garage door. Enjoy the freshly painted brick fireplace in family room. 2 car garage. Minutes from Metra, library, shopping, dining and elementary school. Don't miss this beauty. Move right in and enjoy!
This listing 210 East South Street Elburn, Il 60119
is a attached single listing
with 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms . 210 East South Street was built in 1990. 210 East South Street is located in Elburn and in ZIP Code 60119.
It has been listed on our site since 7/10/18.
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Elburn is a quiet former farming community that has seen terrific real estate development since the 1990s. Click here to read more.
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