Fantastic opportunity to customize this home to your liking. Charming 3 bedroom, 2 bath home boasts of hardwood floors through out first floor, spacious living room, dining room and eat in kitchen, 3 nice sized bedrooms, full finished basement, screened in porch, private yard. Good sized rooms and the easy flowing floor plan make this a perfect choice. Plenty of storage in basement, and in 1 car attached garage, The location is close to town,train,shops, schools and parks.
This listing 215 South We Go Trail Mount Prospect, Il 60056
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms and approximately 1,296 square feet on a lot of 9,583 sqft (or 0.22 acres). 215 South We Go Trail was built in 1957. 215 South We Go Trail is located in Mount Prospect and in ZIP Code 60056.
It has been listed on our site since 5/2/19.
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Mount Prospect is one of the many beautiful suburban communities in the northwestern Chicagoland. Offering some of the best schools, natural parks, and good public transportation outside of the city, Mount Prospect residents love their community.
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