507 North Elmhurst Road PROSPECT HEIGHTS, IL 60070
Wonderful home w/ great curb appeal & located in the coveted Hersey High School District! The charming walkway leads you amongst beautiful perennials & mature landscaping, past a front porch & into a striking foyer. The living & dining rooms are graced w/ hardwood, beautiful millwork & a gorgeous fireplace. The kitchen flows to the dining room as well as the eat-in area adjoined to the family room w/ views of the serene & spacious yard! Enjoy the backyard that features a large wood deck & firepit, excellent for entertaining! The lower level showcases a rec room w/ a bar, laundry room, full bath & fourth bedroom! Home warranty included!
This listing 507 North Elmhurst Road Prospect Heights, Il 60070
is a detached single listing
with 3 full baths, 3 bedrooms and approximately 1,909 square feet on a lot of 28,750 sqft (or 0.66 acres). 507 North Elmhurst Road was built in 1939. 507 North Elmhurst Road is located in Prospect Heights and in ZIP Code 60070.
It has been listed on our site since 11/7/17.
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