Wonderful 5BR stylish & pristine home in ideal location in Old Flossmoor near metra & downtown w/tremendous square footage & versatile floor plan. Sprawling 1st flr includes large LR w/FP, formal DR, generous KT w/SS appliances & breakfast rm open to fab two-story FR & great screen porch for summer eves. 1st floor also offers MBR, 2 addl BR's, 2.1BA updated baths and laundry. 2nd flr features loft w/spa bath w/jacuzzi & steam shower, study, den, alcove, BR4 & 5 w/additional BA! A very special home w/generous room sizes & affordably priced!
This listing 719 Bruce Avenue Flossmoor, Il 60422
is a detached single listing
with 4 full baths, 1 half bath, 5 bedrooms and approximately 5,000 square feet on a lot of 19,602 sqft (or 0.45 acres). 719 Bruce Avenue was built in 1952. 719 Bruce Avenue is located in Flossmoor and in ZIP Code 60422.
It has been listed on our site since 3/5/18.
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The roots of Flossmoor , Illinois run deep through American history. In 1891, the Illinois Central Railroad purchased 160 acres of land west of the rail line and north of Flossmoor Road. In the late 1890's the ICG decided to sell the property for development and sponsored a contest to select a name for the Village. "Floss Moor", a Scotc...
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