Beautifully refreshed Forestivew Hills Split Level features all new carpet and fresh paint throughout. This home has been expanded with a an addition that doubles the size of the Eat-in Kitchen! Big Bright rooms throughout including Formal Living and Dining Rooms. The Kitchen overlooks a Sunny Family Room w/ a brick fireplace. There are two full Baths, one with direct access from the Master Bedroom. Also, a side load 2.5 car Garage, & concrete drive, walks, and an expanded patio in the Fenced in yard. Furnace & Central Air have been updated, too. Great location on desirable Victoria Dr.
This listing 6141 Victoria Drive Oak Forest, Il 60452
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms and approximately 1,500 square feet. 6141 Victoria Drive was built in 1976. 6141 Victoria Drive is located in Oak Forest and in ZIP Code 60452.
It has been listed on our site since 4/9/18.
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