Charming, solid built, 3 bedroom/2 bath bi-level home. Great curb-appeal! Entire home freshly painted. Well-maintained home featuring brand new electric panel and brand new ejector pump '18, newer acoustic windows, soffit, fascia and siding. Newer mechanicals include: Hvac '14, humidifier and water heater '07. Lovely eat-in kitchen with Stainless steel refrigerator & dishwasher, neutral carpet throughout. Spacious home on huge lot with side drive & 2 car garage. Close proximity to expressway, minutes to O-hare. Home sweet home!
This listing 1625 Greenleaf Avenue Des Plaines, Il 60018
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms and approximately 1,794 square feet. 1625 Greenleaf Avenue was built in 1973. 1625 Greenleaf Avenue is located in Des Plaines and in ZIP Code 60018.
It has been listed on our site since 9/4/18.
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