Impressive Two Story home features a spacious floor plan, BIG attached Garage 32' x 26' w/ 8' doors, and HUGE Basement w/ 9' ceilings! The Sunny Kitchen opens to a Breakfast Room w/ patio doors to the yard. The Roomy Family Room is open to the Kitchen area, and features a beautiful Stone Fireplace. Also Large Living and Formal Dining Rooms, and main floor Laundry Room, Bedroom/Office and Full Bath! Upstairs are 4 more Bedrooms and two more Baths, both with twin sink basins. The Master Suite features a Vaulted Ceiling, Walk-inn Closet, and private Bath w/ whirlpool tub & separate shower. Everything you need and want is here in a great Palos location.
This listing 12425 South Nagle Avenue Palos Heights, Il 60463
is a detached single listing
with 3 full baths, 5 bedrooms and approximately 3,155 square feet. 12425 South Nagle Avenue was built in 2000. 12425 South Nagle Avenue is located in Palos Heights and in ZIP Code 60463.
It has been listed on our site since 6/1/18.
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