Timeless and elegant French Eclectic style home in coveted Lincolnwood Towers. A two story, cypress paneled foyer greets you as you enter this magnificent 4 bedroom/3.2 bathroom home. Beautifully updated kitchen includes large island, okoume wood cabinetry, marble flooring, stainless steel countertops and red onyx backsplash. Picture perfect all season sun room adjoins a formal dining room with stunning coffered ceiling. Family room has French doors, hardwood floors, recessed lighting and attached wet bar/wine room. Cozy den with wood burning fireplace. Master bedroom with sitting area, vaulted ceilings and expansive master bath. Recreation room entire third level. Two car garage and circular driveway. Fabulously landscaped grounds and large deck in backyard, perfect for entertaining. Close to 94, restaurants and shopping.
This listing 6728 North Le Mai Avenue Lincolnwood, Il 60712
is a detached single listing
with 3 full baths, 2 half baths, 4 bedrooms and approximately 6,518 square feet on a lot of 16,553 sqft (or 0.38 acres). 6728 North Le Mai Avenue was built in 1941. 6728 North Le Mai Avenue is located in Lincolnwood and in ZIP Code 60712.
It has been listed on our site since 4/10/17.
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Lincolnwood is on the edge of Chicago’s north side, but it also a quiet suburban community that is both safe and clean. Click here to read more.
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