When you step through the doors of this upgraded home, you will know THIS is the one! From the wide open foyer to the large room sizes for living room, family room, and finished lower level basement (which is really level with the garage and has a side door to the outside) to the updated kitchen and bathrooms, you won't be disappointed. New hardwood flooring and crown molding throughout first floor in 2016, new ceramic tile in the lower level in 2016. Enjoy dinner parties in your customized dining room with built in cabinets. Spend lazy summer days in your screen porch or on the new back stamped concrete patio (2015) in your fenced back yard. Loop street limits traffic in the front yard.
This listing 16 Blue Ridge Drive Glendale Heights, Il 60139
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms and approximately 2,583 square feet. 16 Blue Ridge Drive was built in 1977. 16 Blue Ridge Drive is located in Glendale Heights and in ZIP Code 60139.
It has been listed on our site since 6/7/18.
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