Spacious all Brick Tri Level with newer roof in the Chicago Ashburn neighborhood. The main level features a large Living room with a wood burning fireplace, open to the Dining room. New carpet in the Living room and Dining room. The eat in Kitchen has been updated with Wood Laminate Flooring and Oak Cabinets. The upper level features 4 nice sized bedrooms with Hardwood floors and plenty of closet space. The lower level features a generous sized newly carpeted Family room with a built in Dry Bar, and a large laundry/workroom with a walkout to the backyard. All Brick over-sized 2 car garage with a new overhead door and door closer. Make this home your own with some updates and TLC. Property is an Estate Sale and being sold "As Is"
This listing 2756 West 86th Place Chicago, Il 60652
is a detached single listing
with 1 full bath, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms and approximately 1,387 square feet on a lot of 5,227 sqft (or 0.12 acres). 2756 West 86th Place was built in 1961. 2756 West 86th Place is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60652.
It has been listed on our site since 10/10/18.
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While the community of Ashburn in Chicago's southwest region had a slow start, mostly being used as a dumping site for the city's fireplace and furnace ashes (hence the name), Ashburn has been growing steadily every since the housing boom created various affordable Ashburn homes for sale in the 1950s. Click here to read more.
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