Be the first to live in this completely renovated to the studs Mount Greenwood 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom home! Brand new kitchen has a stainless steel appliances package, subway tile and great pantry space. Open concept living and family room space with separate dining room makes this home perfect for entertaining. Re-finished hardwood flooring throughout first floor. Full bedroom and bathroom on main level. Newly added second floor master suite has a master bathroom with double bowl vanity and spacious standing shower. Lower level features 3rd bedroom and 3rd bathroom, large rec/play room and laundry room with lots of storage. All new electric throughout, new windows and doors throughout, new roof, new siding, new furnace, new back deck and stairs, new landscaping! Large back yard can easily be fenced in. Detached 1-car garage. Driveway is shared with east neighbors.
This listing 3236 West 115th Street Chicago, Il 60655
is a detached single listing
with 3 full baths, 2 bedrooms and approximately 1,600 square feet. 3236 West 115th Street was built in 1941. 3236 West 115th Street is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60655.
It has been listed on our site since 5/2/18.
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Mount Greenwood is an enchanting predominantly Irish-Catholic neighborhood on the southwest side of Chicago. Click here to read more.
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