Split level on corner lot features four bedrooms, two full baths updated Kitchen with easy touch 42 in. birch cabinets, stainless appliances with microwave and granite counter tops. New hardwood laminate flooring installed June 2018. New electrical panel installed 2018. New a/c being installed Aug 2018 and new roof on order to be installed late August 2018. Three Spacious bedrooms up, roomy stone bathroom with double bowl sink, vanity and granite. Lower level features updated 3/4 stone shower in bathroom, 4th bedroom, laundry room and family room. New windows throughout. Private brick fenced yard features side yard with patio, perfect for entertaining. Enclosed screened in patio off kitchen, perfect for cool evenings. Attached garage.
This listing 9736 South Kolmar Avenue Oak Lawn, Il 60453
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 4 bedrooms and approximately 2,000 square feet on a lot of 7,841 sqft (or 0.18 acres). 9736 South Kolmar Avenue was built in 1968. 9736 South Kolmar Avenue is located in Oak Lawn and in ZIP Code 60453.
It has been listed on our site since 6/29/18.
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