Don't miss out on this incredible home that boasts a kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, first floor den that could convert to an extra bedroom, master bedroom complete with a to-die-for closet!, finished basement with a bedroom-full bath-recreation room-bar-exercise room-not to mention, storage! Fenced in back yard with a brick paver patio-pergola-outdoor TV mount! Sprinkler system, security system & radon mitigation system. New roof, new fence, new exterior paint and newer interior paint! All of this in the Mill Creek neighborhood with access to golf, tennis, pool and clubhouse, need I say more? Make an appointment to see today!
This listing 39w267 Warner Lane Geneva, Il 60134
is a detached single listing
with 4 full baths, 4 bedrooms and approximately 3,148 square feet. 39W267 Warner Lane was built in 2002. 39W267 Warner Lane is located in Geneva and in ZIP Code 60134.
It has been listed on our site since 1/8/18.
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Geneva is an affluent suburb located on the western fringe of the Chicago suburbs. The town’s scenic location along the Fox River, robust downtown shopping district and active historical society makes it a popular tourist destination.
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