BACK ON MARKET, BUYER FINANCING FELL THROUGH; MULTI LEVEL CUSTOM BUILT IN THE 60'S, FOUR BEDROOM HOME, SITS ON A LOT AND A HALF WITH LARGE EXTRA WIDE, LONG SIDE DRIVE ALLOWING FOR ADDITIONAL PARKING. FOUR BEDROOMS, THREE BATHS, UPDATED KITCHEN, NEWER ROOF, NEWER FURNACE, LAUNDRY RIGHT OFF FAMILY ROOM WITH MASONARY WOOD BURNING FIREPLACE. HARDWOOD FLOORING UNDER SECOND FLOOR CARPETING. A COMMUTERS DREAM, WALKING DISTANCE TO THE TRAIN AND HISTORIC RESTAURANT FRIENDLY DOWNTOWN TINLEY PARK WALKING DISTANCE TO THE GROCERY STORE. TAX AMOUNT REFLECT TWO TAX BILLS.
This listing 17200 69th Avenue Tinley Park, Il 60477
is a detached single listing
with 3 full baths, 4 bedrooms and approximately 1,954 square feet. 17200 69th Avenue was built in 1967. 17200 69th Avenue is located in Tinley Park and in ZIP Code 60477.
It has been listed on our site since 5/3/18.
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