Adorable 3 Bedroom Cape Cod with Attached Garage in Elgin. Galley Kitchen with Plenty of Light and Counterspace off 3 Season Sun Room. Wood Burning Fireplace in Living Room, Beautiful Hardwood in Family Room and 1st Floor Bedroom. Large Master Bedroom and 2nd Bedroom on Upper Level with Full Bath. Partially Finished Lower Level with Home Office next to Laundry Room with Plenty of Storage. Fenced Extra Large Backyard with Swing Set and Garden. Photos Taken Before Tenants Moved In.
This listing 825 Oak Street Elgin, Il 60123
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms and approximately 1,700 square feet on a lot of 10,019 sqft (or 0.23 acres). 825 Oak Street was built in 1950. 825 Oak Street is located in Elgin and in ZIP Code 60123.
It has been listed on our site since 5/1/19.
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The City of Elgin is one of the fastest growing cities in Illinois, and is one of the most up-and-coming cities in the nation. Nestled in northern Illinois, about 35 miles west of Lake Michigan, Elgin is a city with its own independence, character, color and flair while still offering easy access to Chicago and the Chicagoland area.
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