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2006 Lake AvenueWILMETTEIL60091
Sunshine abounds in this 3 bedroom & 2 bath home with hardwood floors on 1st and 2nd levels. Cozy living room opens to separate dining room. Lots of sunshine through the living room picture window and lower level family room picture window. New ceramic floor in lower level bathroom, refinished kitchen floors and steps. Spacious yard with a 2 Car Garage off Alley. Super central location... a mile to Metra train, downtown Wilmette, Harper & Highcrest Schools, blocks to grocery store, Pace bus, and lovely Mallinckrodt Park. 6 blocks to Vaatman Park. 1,5 miles to New Trier. Successful tax appeal for 2017. Homeowner's Exemption not applied.
This listing 2006 Lake Avenue Wilmette, Il 60091
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms and approximately 1,820 square feet. 2006 Lake Avenue was built in 1951. 2006 Lake Avenue is located in Wilmette and in ZIP Code 60091.
It has been listed on our site since 3/5/18.
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The Village of Wilmette is a “North Shore” town located on the scenic shores of Lake Michigan. It’s recognized as a family-oriented community that values children and education very highly. Many families move here specifically to take advantage of the excellent public and private elementary schools, including top-ranked New Trier High School.
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