When a great LOCATION & super CONDITION, come together, you are the winner. Popular subdivision, & close to all your wants & needs. The home's interior is "clean as a whistle'', with an attractive exterior landscape, & privacy. The corner lot, contrary to many corner lots, has a spacious fenced back yard, & private "nice-size" wood deck with balcony above/great fun for family, guests, & parties. The 2.5 car detached garage provides side entry/exit door to your home from both your lower deck and upper balcony deck. Updated amenities include: front door (2002), all windows replaced except kitchen one (2002-2008), gas stove (2011), microwave (2014), refrigerator (2016), lower level fridge (2017) and washer & dryer, furnace & AC (2012), water heater (2014), roof including chimney (2016)
This listing 736 Hillside Avenue Antioch, Il 60002
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 3 bedrooms and approximately 1,100 square feet. 736 Hillside Avenue was built in 1967. 736 Hillside Avenue is located in Antioch and in ZIP Code 60002.
It has been listed on our site since 8/19/18.
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