What a great setting for this big home with 4 bedrooms and 2 full baths sitting on 3 lots right on the corner! What's not to love about the HUGE wrap-around porch! There's lots of beautiful wood and a gorgeous built-in china hutch in the dining room. Many rooms have the original hardwood flooring exposed. Kitchen has had some cabinets updated. The full bath on 1st floor has tub/shower combination and has also had some updating. The full bath upstairs has been completely updated and has a bubble-jetted soaking tub. Laundry located in the kitchen. Walk-in pantry. Big living room & office also on main floor. Lots of big windows for natural light. Most of the windows have been replaced, except for a few on 2nd floor. All 4 bedrooms are good sized & have big (sort of walk-in) closets. Full walk-up attic. Full basement has exterior access as well. House roof new in 2003. Storage shed/partially fenced yard. Updated wiring. Central air. 1 car garage. Appliances do not stay.
This listing 206 Dorion Street Beaverville, Il 60912
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 4 bedrooms and approximately 2,048 square feet on a lot of 18,295 sqft (or 0.42 acres). 206 Dorion Street was built in 1915. 206 Dorion Street is located in Beaverville and in ZIP Code 60912.
It has been listed on our site since 11/7/17.
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