Beautiful stone and brick French Normandy Tudor home sits on a 75 x 139 lot (2 pin numbers) on a prime Lincolnwood street. The first floor features a large living room with fireplace, separate dining room, powder room, galley type kitchen which opens to 33x11 family room addition with fireplace overlooking the beautiful yard. Second floor features 3 large bedrooms with great closet space and hallway bath with walk in tub. Full basement has recreation room with fireplace, storage and large laundry/mechanical room and full bath. Dual zoned. Park's Plumbing will be installing flood control system at the end of the month. Tax exemptions for 2 pins: Homeowner $919.69, Senior $735.76, Senior Freeze $7130.70 and Disabled $183.93. Total exemptions = $8970.08.
This listing 6850 North Kilpatrick Avenue Lincolnwood, Il 60712
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 3 bedrooms and approximately 2,327 square feet. 6850 North Kilpatrick Avenue was built in 1955. 6850 North Kilpatrick Avenue is located in Lincolnwood and in ZIP Code 60712.
It has been listed on our site since 9/7/18.
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