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6207 Lake Shore DriveCARYIL60013
Nicely updated and maintained 2 story on quiet street with 2+ car garage with work bench, large 2 story shed and extra parking pad. New front landscaping and brick walkway, oak kitchen with granite counter tops, SS/Black appliances and nice table space. Hardwood thought out 1st floor, 2 HVAC units for zoned heating and A/C (2nd floor system new in '18), 2 updated baths (1 new in '18) and 5th bedroom/den/office on 1st floor with separate full bath. Open floor plan with 2 new ceiling fans in living/dining rooms, spacious rec room with screen and speakers for "movie night" and new H2o heater. New siding and shutters, fenced back yard and updated well tank and water softening system. 4 bedrooms "up" make this home particularly desirable for buyers needing more space. Wonderful community close to lakes and playgrounds with shopping and schools close by.
This listing 6207 Lake Shore Drive Cary, Il 60013
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 5 bedrooms and approximately 1,814 square feet on a lot of 6,970 sqft (or 0.16 acres). 6207 Lake Shore Drive was built in 1952. 6207 Lake Shore Drive is located in Cary and in ZIP Code 60013.
It has been listed on our site since 1/12/19.
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