Super Sharp Gem in the Oak Forest school district. Stunning New Kitchen features extra cabinetry, solid surface counters, Hardwood flooring and Stainless appliances. The hardwood continues through the 2 Story Living Room and entry foyer, w/ an oak stairway leading to the 2nd floor. You'll be impressed with all the features in this home, including the Full Bath w/ a Whirlpool tub. The Master Bedroom features plenty of closet space & offers direct access to the Bath. There are two Beautiful heat-generating electric Fireplaces, one on the main floor and one in the Basement Family Room. Patio doors from the Kitchen open to a "double-wide" concrete patio. "News" on the exterior include Roof Shingles, Sofits & Gutters, driveway(this Spring)
Common Insurance, Exterior Maintenance, Lawn Care, Snow Removal
This listing 4833 144th Court Midlothian, Il 60445
is a attached single listing
with 1 full bath, 1 half bath, 2 bedrooms and approximately 1,200 square feet. 4833 144th Court was built in 1991. 4833 144th Court is located in Midlothian and in ZIP Code 60445.
It has been listed on our site since 3/8/18.
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