*** NEW PRICE *** SOLID & WELL-BUILT ALL-BRICK 4 BEDROOM SPLIT-LEVEL * Picturesque Views of Property from all Around * Beautiful Large Wooded Lot/Porch/Patio & Fenced Back Yard * Entertain Comfortably with 4 Levels of Living Space * Huge Family Room w/Brick Fireplace/Wet Bar & Lots of Built-ins PLUS a Finished Basement * Kitchen Features cozy Breakfast Nook * NEW Stainless Stove & Dishwasher * NEW Refrigerator * NEW Carpet in Bedrooms & Finished Basement * Master Suite/Full Bath * Main Floor Bedroom or Den/Office w/Sliding Doors to Patio * Close to Shops/Train/Starbucks & Everett School * So much to enjoy in this Terrific Location!
This listing 1261 Oak Knoll Drive Lake Forest, Il 60045
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 2 half baths, 4 bedrooms and approximately 3,133 square feet on a lot of 26,136 sqft (or 0.6 acres). 1261 Oak Knoll Drive was built in 1962. 1261 Oak Knoll Drive is located in Lake Forest and in ZIP Code 60045.
It has been listed on our site since 9/1/17.
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The city of Lake Forest, IL , is one of tranquil surroundings, a picturesque street plan and natural beauty. It is located on the western coast of Lake Michigan, high on the bluffs, just 31 miles north of Chicago. An eclectic and affluent community, Lake Forest is well-known for its liberal arts school, Lake Forest College. Residents of Lake Forest homes take great pride in their enthusiasm a...
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