Privacy awaits! This home is located at the end of a street which backs to open fields offering beautiful views of the countryside. Open floor plan has wood burning fireplace, huge kitchen with pantry, lots of cabinets and newer stainless appliances. There is a first floor laundry, full basement with bath rough in, large closets and the many windows let the sun shine in. Generous sized master with vaulted ceiling, updated master bath and huge walk in closet. Absolutely adorable home, see it today. Cabinet in hall bath over toilet does not stay, black carpet in basement stays. Existing survey to be given.
This listing 276 North Cardinal Street Cortland, Il 60112
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 3 bedrooms and approximately 1,452 square feet on a lot of 6,534 sqft (or 0.15 acres). 276 North Cardinal Street was built in 2006. 276 North Cardinal Street is located in Cortland and in ZIP Code 60112.
It has been listed on our site since 3/22/18.
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Cortland is a quaint country haven located right along Northern Illinois University , providing culture, sports events, and gourmet eateries. Click here to read more.
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