Estate sale being sold as is. Spacious corner lot 81 x 124. Large, light and bright eat in kitchen is the center of this family home and is open to the dining and living rooms. The living and dining rooms have a vaulted ceiling. 3 bedrooms upstairs. There are some hardwood flloors. Small den between home and garage and large family room in the lower level provide several relaxing/entertainment areas. There is some damage to one bedroom wall due to chimney issues. The extent of repairs needed are unknown. Bring your decorating ideas or possible tear down, but much potential exists. Property also being listed as land. Buyers couldn't get financing and after a very long time sellers decided to put home back on the market.
This listing 3103 Greenbriar Drive Glenview, Il 60025
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms and approximately 1,344 square feet. 3103 Greenbriar Drive was built in 1959. 3103 Greenbriar Drive is located in Glenview and in ZIP Code 60025.
It has been listed on our site since 4/25/18.
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