Charming Colonial is surprisingly quiet, set off Harlem Ave (75' from front door to street.) Large kitchen has maple cabinets and island, s/s appliances, and opens to deck and back yard. Three bedrooms on second floor; master bedroom has beautiful en suite bathroom. Spacious, remodeled lower level has family room, bedroom and full bath. Enjoy everything that River Forest and Oak Park have to offer, including access to top rated schools and walking distance to parks, shops, Trader Joe's, Marion Street, Metra, and Green Line. Sold As/Is
This listing 918 North Harlem Avenue River Forest, Il 60305
is a detached single listing
with 3 full baths, 1 half bath, 3 bedrooms on a lot of 9,148 sqft (or 0.21 acres). 918 North Harlem Avenue was built in 1925. 918 North Harlem Avenue is located in River Forest and in ZIP Code 60305.
It has been listed on our site since 4/27/18.
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River Forest is a unique town, located on the border between Chicago and the western suburbs. Its proximity to the Des Plaines River and Thacker Woods gives River Forest a natural aspect, while nearby suburb Oak Park provides a variety of cultural, educational and dining experiences.
Known for its elegant homes designed and constructed during the turn of the century by many famous archite...
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