Unbelievable price for this 2650 sq. ft. home NEW CONSTRUCTION - To Be Built Home - in walking distance to the Metra! This modern floor plan offers 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, 2 car-garage and open family room that flows into a large eat-in Kitchen featuring an island, granite counters, maple cabinets and SS appliance package. Optional 3rd Floor: can be finished as a rec. room, media room or a 5th Bedroom suite with a bathroom. The home can be customized to your needs - Call today for details!
This listing 1510 A Burlington Avenue Lisle, Il 60532
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms and approximately 2,650 square feet on a lot of 12,632 sqft (or 0.29 acres). 1510 A Burlington Avenue was built in 2017. 1510 A Burlington Avenue is located in Lisle and in ZIP Code 60532.
It has been listed on our site since 11/6/17.
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The Village of Lisle , located in DuPage County, is a small friendly town near the big city of Chicago. Residents of Lisle enjoy a higher quality of life with access to great public schools, parks, and recreational activities. The village was ranked by Money magazine as “ one of the best places to live ” in the United States due to its low taxes and crime rate, includi...
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