Gorgeous townhome, Move-in-ready, with plenty of upgrades and a great open floorplan! Spacious and Bright, this home features a two-story family room with a fireplace, a perfectly sized dining area, a kitchen with large windows plus a breakfast nook, and oversized master bedroom and much more. Tasteful and modern upgrades include new flooring, new carpet, fresh paint and new fixtures throughout the home. The kitchen and baths feature new granite countertops , fixtures and more. Some new appliances. In-unit washer dryer. Great location, near expressway and train station. Must see home!
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This listing 1271 Dunamon Drive Bartlett, Il 60103
is a attached single listing
with 1 full bath, 1 half bath, 2 bedrooms and approximately 1,311 square feet. 1271 Dunamon Drive was built in 1995. 1271 Dunamon Drive is located in Bartlett and in ZIP Code 60103.
It has been listed on our site since 11/6/18.
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Bartlett, IL , is a small, wooded town of picturesque scenery, clean air and beautiful homes. With the Poplar Creek Forest Preserve and Paul Douglas Forest Preserve to the north, and the Cook County Busse Woods Forest Preserve to the east, Bartlett is immersed in, and surrounded by, natural beauty. Home to three striking golf courses, including the Villa Olivia Country Club, as well as over...
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