This great home offers a variety of opportunities. Buy for yourself and build sweat equity. Do a few minor touches and you have a rental investment. Or, tear it down and build your dream home. This lot offers 120 wide to get the dream 3-car garage. Home has 2 beds and 1 bath with eat-in kitchen. The kitchen opens to the living room with hardwood floors. Detached garage has an attached screened-in patio. Brick paver patio to enjoy future warmer weather and low taxes. Home is being sold as-is.
This listing 7240 Hamilton Avenue Burr Ridge, Il 60527
is a detached single listing
with 1 full bath, 2 bedrooms and approximately 845 square feet on a lot of 15,682 sqft (or 0.36 acres). 7240 Hamilton Avenue was built in 1952. 7240 Hamilton Avenue is located in Burr Ridge and in ZIP Code 60527.
It has been listed on our site since 4/13/18.
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Burr Ridge is a peaceful village nestled in the rolling green hills of the Valparaiso Moraine. Click here to read more.
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