Hard to find brick colonial on corner lot. Walk to Metra and downtown La Grange and just a block from Stone Monroe Park. Nothing to do, but enjoy the stylish upscale finishes. Hardwoods grace both levels. Sunny bright living room with fireplace flanked by tall windows, crown molding and beautiful wood floor. Spacious formal dining room. Kitchen with custom tile floors, white cabinets, granite counters and stainless steel appliance package. Upstairs enjoys 3 bedrooms, updated full bath, newer windows, fresh paint and quality finishes. Finished basement comes with tons of storage, dry bar and 1/2 bath. Fully fenced back yard with sunny deck and patio.
This listing 736 North Spring Avenue La Grange Park, Il 60526
is a detached single listing
with 1 full bath, 1 half bath, 3 bedrooms on a lot of 6,970 sqft (or 0.16 acres). 736 North Spring Avenue was built in 1931. 736 North Spring Avenue is located in La Grange Park and in ZIP Code 60526.
It has been listed on our site since 10/22/18.
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La Grange Park
La Grange Park is a community-minded town located just 16 miles west of Chicago. Known as The Village of Roses, La Grange Park boasts an excellent balance of retail, restaurants, professional offices, parks and forest preserve. Click here to read more.
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