This beautiful two story home has gleaming hardwood floor and incredible room sizes. There are four huge bedrooms (three have private bathrooms). The master bedroom features a massive bathroom with an oversized sunken glamour tub walk in closet with a safe and built in cabinets. Stunning 27 foot cathedral ceilings feature the unique architecture in the foyer and in the family room. Five skylights bring in the natural light year round. The true chefs kitchen has a double oven and a wood burning grill with its own chimney, granite countertops and a lot of cabinet space. Spacious living room features a fireplace. Partially finished basement has a lot of potential. Great closet and storage space throughout the house. The yard is fenced with great trees for shade. This is a truly unique custom home. Great location - convenient to everything. Set an appointment today to see all the features of this custom beauty.
This listing 8960 West 100th Street Palos Hills, Il 60465
is a detached single listing
with 3 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms and approximately 3,660 square feet. 8960 West 100th Street was built in 1988. 8960 West 100th Street is located in Palos Hills and in ZIP Code 60465.
It has been listed on our site since 7/6/17.
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Palos Hills is a glorious wooded environment just 16 miles southwest of the Chicago Loop . Click here to read more.
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