You will not believe how awesome the remodel of this wonderful move-in ready, 3 bed/2 bath brick ranch. Entire house has NEW paint inside and out. NEW Lifeproof luxury vinyl plank flooring (waterproof!) has been installed in all rooms besides the bedrooms; bedrooms have NEW carpeting. Kitchen has all NEW stainless steel appliances, NEW granite counter tops, and NEW subway tile backsplash. Brand NEW washer and dryer. Master bathroom has a full master bath and walk-in closet additions. House has been remodeled to open directly into a LARGE, fully-fenced backyard with a NEW patio, fire pit, garden area, and large shed. Bonus sunroom accessible by patio or garage! Owner is selling due to work relocation; quick close possible. Close to town! Yorkville Schools!
This listing 19 Maple Street Yorkville, Il 60560
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms and approximately 1,378 square feet on a lot of 14,810 sqft (or 0.34 acres). 19 Maple Street was built in 1972. 19 Maple Street is located in Yorkville and in ZIP Code 60560.
It has been listed on our site since 10/22/18.
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