Here's your opportunity to move to Old Palos at an affordable price. 3 bedroom ranch home sits on a fantastic corner lot with lots of space around you. Convenient one level living with no stairs. Family room, with berber carpeting has 2 closets and features a nice fireplace with vent-less gas logs so there is no mess. Note the pocket doors between the family room and dining room. Leave them open for an open feeling or can be closed for privacy. Kitchen, with nice cabinets, and a dining room offer plenty of room for your cooking and dining needs. House roof (tear-off) 2014. Garage roof (tear-off) approximately 2009. Furnace 2013. Hot water heater 2017. All this & a 2 car garage. There is a well for watering but present owner has never used it.
This listing 12300 South 70th Avenue Palos Heights, Il 60463
is a detached single listing
with 1 full bath, 3 bedrooms and approximately 1,284 square feet on a lot of 13,939 sqft (or 0.32 acres). 12300 South 70th Avenue was built in 1951. 12300 South 70th Avenue is located in Palos Heights and in ZIP Code 60463.
It has been listed on our site since 9/1/18.
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