Look no further-this home has it all! Move in ready & perfect Old Flossmoor location just steps to Parker Jr High, HF HS, historic downtown & metra to Millennium Station & University of Chicago. Great renovation in this 4BR traditional home - much larger than it looks w/huge addition & open floor plan. Granite KT w/stainless appliances, custom cabinetry, breakfast bar & walk in pantry opens to cheery sun room! Large LR/DR combo. Huge skylit FR w/stone FP. 1st flr MBR suite & office! Lovely updated full baths, gorgeous HW flrs, newer windows. Pro landscaped & fenced yd in Western Ave grade school district. Perfection top to bottom in this charming home!
This listing 944 Braemar Road Flossmoor, Il 60422
is a detached single listing
with 3 full baths, 4 bedrooms and approximately 3,400 square feet on a lot of 12,197 sqft (or 0.28 acres). 944 Braemar Road was built in 1956. 944 Braemar Road is located in Flossmoor and in ZIP Code 60422.
It has been listed on our site since 5/21/18.
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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 Scotch name meaning &quo...
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