One level living in this bright & spacious home on a corner lot in a great neighborhood and Mann School District. Bring your decorating ideas - All of the hard work has been completed: new roof, upgraded electrical, new sump pump & backup generator, water heater, basement permaseal. Lower level has additional bedroom and bath. Taxes have been appealed
This listing 647 North Kenilworth Avenue Oak Park, Il 60302
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms on a lot of 8,276 sqft (or 0.19 acres). 647 North Kenilworth Avenue was built in 1954. 647 North Kenilworth Avenue is located in Oak Park and in ZIP Code 60302.
It has been listed on our site since 3/20/18.
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Oak Park is best known for the association with Frank Lloyd Wright who designed many homes and community buildings in Oak Park and also made his residence in Oak Park.
Residents in this community cherish history and value a vintage and classical style. This safe community offers good schools and family fun with the convenience of easy access to Downtown Chicago.
Most importantly, Oak P...
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