Beautiful tree lined neighborhood with 5 bedrooms including a 1st floor bedroom and full bath for in law arrangement. Open floor plan with views to lovely professional landscaped backyard with brick paver patio to enjoy this natural tranquil setting. Walk into a 2-story foyer with an entertaining living & dining room with fireplace. Enjoy the art of cooking in this well designed kitchen stainless steel appliances with table space, family room with fireplace and with views of the lush back yard. Master Suite offers space to accommodate your furniture, 3 more generous sizes rooms on the 2nd floor. Finished basement for more entertaining for the upcoming holidays plus a Circular driveway off a cul-de-sac, top rated Highlands district 106 & LTHS, see Additional information for school info. Pace service to Western Spring Metra, close to major expressways and shopping
This listing 6455 Big Bear Drive Indian Head Park, Il 60525
is a detached single listing
with 3 full baths, 1 half bath, 5 bedrooms and approximately 3,194 square feet on a lot of 10,454 sqft (or 0.24 acres). 6455 Big Bear Drive was built in 1984. 6455 Big Bear Drive is located in Indian Head Park and in ZIP Code 60525.
It has been listed on our site since 2/19/18.
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