Be one of the lucky homeowners to live on one of the most desired street in Westmont. OAK STREET. This one owner home as an amazing 100x297 lot. Step into a well maintain home with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. Light and bright living room flows into dining room. Kitchen has stainless steel appliances with table space and sliding glass door to amazing view of the yard. You will be spending most of your time on the back deck. Three spacious bedrooms with hardwood floors. English basement family room offers more space to entertain. Mudroom/laundry is off the attached 2.1 car garage. Just a few blocks to town, train, parks and expressways. Have a choice to go to Clarendon Hills or Westmont train.
This listing 210 Oak Avenue Westmont, Il 60559
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms and approximately 1,950 square feet on a lot of 29,621 sqft (or 0.68 acres). 210 Oak Avenue was built in 1971. 210 Oak Avenue is located in Westmont and in ZIP Code 60559.
It has been listed on our site since 10/26/18.
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Located in DuPage county, Westmont is about 18 miles west of the Chicago Loop and is considered a Chicago metropolitan area. Some great notable people are from Westmont including Muddy Waters, the founder of Chicago blues, and Ty Warner, inventor of Beanie Babies . This community as beautiful parks located within the Westmont Park District, greenery and plenty of things to do including th...
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