You must see this home in the highly sought after Sugar Ridge Neighborhood and St. Charles School District! The bright, open kitchen features granite counter tops, a large dining area, stainless steel appliances, and a tile back splash! Other features include updated bathrooms, a first floor laundry room, a newer roof and professional landscaping. The full, finished, walkout basement has a rec room and an additional bedroom that can also be used as an office. Exterior features include a large backyard with a brick patio, a storage shed and a deck off the kitchen. There is tons of storage, and you can walk to the park that is just a block away!
This listing 3 South Lakewood Court South Elgin, Il 60177
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms and approximately 1,812 square feet on a lot of 8,276 sqft (or 0.19 acres). 3 South Lakewood Court was built in 1992. 3 South Lakewood Court is located in South Elgin and in ZIP Code 60177.
It has been listed on our site since 8/1/18.
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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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