Lovingly cared for ranch style townhouse with full basement and 2 car garage. Hardwood floors throughout were added in 2016. Great open floor plan with large eat in kitchen that also has a breakfast bar and additional eating area. Large family room features cathedral ceiling, skylights and fireplace. French doors lead to the fantastic 4 season sunroom with vaulted ceiling and sliding glass doors to the concrete patio. Master bedroom features a private bath with shower and walk in closet. Convenient first floor laundry with sink and storage cabinets. Huge unfinished basement ~ready for your finishing touches~ to add even more living space. This neutral and well maintained home is truly move in ready!
This listing 1137 Daniel Court Sycamore, Il 60178
is a attached single listing
with 2 full baths, 2 bedrooms and approximately 1,840 square feet. 1137 Daniel Court was built in 2005. 1137 Daniel Court is located in Sycamore and in ZIP Code 60178.
It has been listed on our site since 4/2/18.
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