Rare Opportunity to Buy an All Brick Split-Level Home With Sub-Basement in Sunset Park For an Amazing, Affordable Price! This Beauty Has Just Been Freshly Painted, the Hardwood Floors Have Been Refinished, There is Brand New Carpeting and it is Ready For a New Owner to Move-In and Enjoy. It is Larger Than it Looks With 4 Bedrooms, 2 Full Baths, Eat-In Kitchen, Very Large, Light & Bright Family Room With Exterior Access to Big Fenced Yard. Short Drive to Downtown Highland Park, Shopping, Highway, Train, Hospital, Park District Pool & Lake Michigan Beach!
This listing 1080 Andean Place Highland Park, Il 60035
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 4 bedrooms and approximately 1,480 square feet. 1080 Andean Place was built in 1962. 1080 Andean Place is located in Highland Park and in ZIP Code 60035.
It has been listed on our site since 5/11/18.
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Home of the well known Ravinia Festival , Highland Park offers residents a safe and vibrant community with all the recreation and culture of city living. Highland Park real estate includes some of Chicago's most beautiful suburban homes.
Highland Park is located 23 miles north of Chicago and provides transportation that offers easy access to Chicago. The Highland Park downtown cent...
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