Here's your chance to own a move-in ready vintage era home close to all downtown amenities! Stained glass, bay windows and built-ins accent the vintage character! Light and bright throughout with an abundance of windows! Over-sized in town lot! Full size front porch + large rear deck! NEW carpet on stairs and 2nd floor! NEW freshly painted interior! Four NEW ceiling fans! NEW stained hardwood molding and living room floor! NEW painted front and back porch! Other recent updates include kitchen counters, appliances, bathrooms, and epoxy basement floor! Walk to Channing Park! Great location and value!
This listing 16 Hill Avenue Elgin, Il 60120
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 4 bedrooms and approximately 1,599 square feet on a lot of 10,890 sqft (or 0.25 acres). 16 Hill Avenue was built in 1900. 16 Hill Avenue is located in Elgin and in ZIP Code 60120.
It has been listed on our site since 9/24/18.
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The City of Elgin is one of the fastest growing cities in Illinois, and is one of the most up-and-coming cities in the nation. Nestled in northern Illinois, about 35 miles west of Lake Michigan, Elgin is a city with its own independence, character, color and flair while still offering easy access to Chicago and the Chicagoland area.
A cultural center of the region, Elgin is home to The ...
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