Absolutely adorable updated brick Cape Cod-style home on a quiet street in a lovely, neighborhood. Charming feel with a great floor plan and ready to occupy! Newer roof, Anderson windows, kitchen, baths, HVAC, & iron fenced yard. Gorgeous hardwood floors. Unique and beautiful colored glass window accents. Easy living here with flexible space, including a main floor bedroom which opens to a large deck and pretty yard. Plus a full finished basement with newer full bath, and exterior access, perfect for live-in or guests. This comfy home is packed with good closet & storage space and is located in the desirable Parkview school district 70, and Niles West HS 219. Convenient to shops, schools and Edens access. Come home to Parkside! EZ to show
This listing 8822 Parkside Avenue Morton Grove, Il 60053
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 3 bedrooms and approximately 1,449 square feet on a lot of 6,098 sqft (or 0.14 acres). 8822 Parkside Avenue was built in 1953. 8822 Parkside Avenue is located in Morton Grove and in ZIP Code 60053.
It has been listed on our site since 10/23/18.
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