SHORT SALE. BANK APPROVED at $130,000....not a penny less. Cash only. Will still have to get contract approved with the bank, but the bank is VERY quick at response. Home needs work, but might have opportunity for equity potential. Beautiful private wooded lot on a dead end street. Nice sized ranch home with English basement with a full bath, an area for a 2nd kitchen and 2 additional bedrooms. Kitchen was an addition. Terraced back yard. Huge 20 x 20 deck over the garage is a great party deck...the Chicago skyline is visible on clear days. Trash will not be removed from the house.
This listing 541 Blackhawk Drive Lake In The Hills, Il 60156
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 3 bedrooms and approximately 1,204 square feet on a lot of 7,405 sqft (or 0.17 acres). 541 Blackhawk Drive was built in 1972. 541 Blackhawk Drive is located in Lake In The Hills and in ZIP Code 60156.
It has been listed on our site since 2/24/18.
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Lake In The Hills
The Village of Lake in the Hills, IL , is a northern Chicago suburb of picturesque settings and tranquil surroundings. Running creeks, fishing ponds, glimmering lakes, pristine parks, lush wooded areas, tree-lined streets, the nearby Fox River, and clean air all make Lake in the Hills one of Chicagoland’s most scenic little towns. A closely-knit town of just over 29,000, a top-notch sch...
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