This home that sits on a cul-de-sac features gorgeous, rich, stone counter tops in the kitchen with tile flooring, an open floor plan from the kitchen into the family room, a brick-paver patio with built-in bench seating, a fire pit, and a large, fenced yard with a storage shed. This deluxe model has extended rooms, a walk-in closet and second floor laundry. The basement has a rec room and a separate office that can be a fourth bedroom. There is fresh, neutral paint, additional storage above the garage, a crawl space and an attic! You can walk to shopping and restaurants. South Elgin High School!
This listing 11 Woodland Court South Elgin, Il 60177
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 3 bedrooms and approximately 1,737 square feet on a lot of 6,534 sqft (or 0.15 acres). 11 Woodland Court was built in 2004. 11 Woodland Court is located in South Elgin and in ZIP Code 60177.
It has been listed on our site since 7/31/18.
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The Village of South Elgin is a close knit community rich in history and natural beauty. South Elgin is a village that is easily accessible, but tucked away far enough to be free of busy highways. South Elgin residents enjoy a high standard of living, a healthy park system, and friendly gathering places.
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