Fabulous Opportunity: Prominent Location to renovate this diamond in the rough on this 63 x 168 lot that is nestled between 2 new homes. Current dwelling offers 3132 sq ft w/ 3 BR/2.1 BTH and is set in lovely wooded countryside of Elmhurst- Helmut Berens Park is in back of home. Country living feel a block to North Ave. Several high-end new construction homes in neighborhood. Wonderful character in present home includes: vaulted living rm ceilings, 2 dining rm areas, hardwood floors, heated marble floors and wood burning fireplace, and expanded family rm w/ sliders that open to spacious deck. Huge master suite & staircase to terrace, second level loft. Sold as-is.
This listing 331 North Shady Lane Elmhurst, Il 60126
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 3 bedrooms and approximately 3,132 square feet. 331 North Shady Lane was built in 1950. 331 North Shady Lane is located in Elmhurst and in ZIP Code 60126.
It has been listed on our site since 3/10/18.
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