Buyer could not obtain financing, so now is another chance to get this beauty! Three bedroom, 1.1 bath, totally rebuilt ranch with full basement. New, new, new - new roof, new plumbing, new electric, new windows, new flooring, new appliances, new canned lighting & fixtures, new bath and on and on! All of the upgrades you want are here. Granite counters, custom cabinets, stainless steel appliances. This house is essentially brand new! Enjoy the newness, while living in a well established neighborhood. The full basement with half bath offers plenty of space to finish. The open floor plan is perfect for entertaining. The white-washed brick floor to ceiling full masonry fireplace is a cozy feature in the family room. Truly brand new everything. You need to see this one in person to truly appreciate the work that was put into this beauty!
This listing 611 Dunham Court Marengo, Il 60152
is a detached single listing
with 1 full bath, 1 half bath, 3 bedrooms and approximately 1,280 square feet on a lot of 12,632 sqft (or 0.29 acres). 611 Dunham Court was built in 1972. 611 Dunham Court is located in Marengo and in ZIP Code 60152.
It has been listed on our site since 12/3/17.
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