Owners just dropped price $19k....Take a look at this 3 bedroom 2000SF home. Awesome original wordwork, shiplap ceiling was just installed in MBR. Fireplace in cozy family room. Beautiful landscaped yard with a 24x24 two story garage with work shop above plus side pad. 24x24 back room attached plus a garden house. Front porch & side porch waiting for you to sit in. Double lot. Stainless steel appliances, island, wood floors throughout & central air. Look at the pics!
This listing 407 North Green Street Carpentersville, Il 60110
is a detached single listing
with 1 full bath, 1 half bath, 3 bedrooms and approximately 2,000 square feet. 407 North Green Street was built in 1907. 407 North Green Street is located in Carpentersville and in ZIP Code 60110.
It has been listed on our site since 7/30/18.
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Carpentersville , IL, is one of the Chicagoland area’s most affordable communities while offering its residents all the perks of a Chicago suburb. With affordable Carpentersville homes and a number of schools to choose from, residents find raising a family easy.
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