Early Occupancy Available! WOULD COST $470,000 TO BUILD! Custom ranch with 2770 sq. ft & three car garage. Extensive landscaping with fish pond, stone outcroppings, waterfall/water feature. It's your own back yard oasis! Large 25x18 great room w/ wood flooring! Open floor plan! Three/four bedroom ranch or three bedrooms plus den! Master suite w/ custom walk-in shower w/ tile base & jet tub. Oversized laundry w/ large closet too. Full basement w high ceiling & rough-in plumbing. GREAT BUY IN DEERPATH TRAILS SUBDIVISION!
This listing 350 Andover Drive Oswego, Il 60543
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms and approximately 2,770 square feet on a lot of 10,454 sqft (or 0.24 acres). 350 Andover Drive was built in 2011. 350 Andover Drive is located in Oswego and in ZIP Code 60543.
It has been listed on our site since 1/8/19.
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The community of Oswego provides a great, safe, and welcoming neighborhood for growing families and a quiet place to grow into retirement.
The neighborhood is full of beautiful and newly built homes that provide comfort and style as well as plenty of space to grow and change. Oswego is located in the midst of the western suburbs and near the exciting downtown life of Aurora.
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