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New, Beautiful Ranch Listing on Half Acre!

New, Beautiful Ranch Listing on Half Acre!

246 E Oaksbury Lane, Palatine, IL 60067 – Forest Estates

This is the hard to find and perfect sized, updated ranch style home in a prime Forest Estates location! With over 1800 square feet, and a partial finished basement this home is just right. Wonderful floor plan featuring a remodeled kitchen with granite counters, remodeled bathrooms, hardwood floors, crown molding. Skylights make it bright! Family room with fireplace. Large living & dining rms. Master suite with master bath and doors to the wonderful yard. There’s more: Zoned HVAC, tankless water heater (2015), leaf guard gutter system & roof are 4 years old, Pella windows! Well pump (2013), water softener 5 years, Sump pump 2 years. The home is on a spectacular half acre property and it is fenced in! 2 car attached garage. Partial basement is finished with a rec room. It is in a ‘can’t beat it’ location with great schools including Plum Grove Jr High and Fremd HS, and tucked away yet close to every convenience: Expressways, Woodfield Mall, Palatine Metra train, and more.

FULL LISTING DETAILS AND PHOTOS HERE.

 


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Matt Hernacki

Matt is a lifelong resident of Chicago's Northwest Suburbs. He has been helping people buy and sell their homes for 21 years.

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