Awesome 4 bedroom home with a large back yard w/ full black vinyl 3 year old fence & shed. Back overlooks Red Bridge Park & Morse Lake perfect for all Cicero festivities -walk to town or drive your golf cart in this popular golf cart community. New carpet 2021 - newer SS appliances - some fresh interior paint - wood-burning fireplace w/gas start in family rm- new water heater 2021 - 22x21 garage w/service door & insulated gar dr. Cathedral ceiling in master bdrm with skylight - mst bath new tile flring & shower. White kitchen has oversized pantry & plenty of cabinets and has water views. Spacious covered front porch. New concert driveway 4 years. AC unit 5 years.
Listing courtesy of MIBOR / F.C. Tucker Company
Last updated Jan 11, 2022
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MLS# 21821947 —
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Upper Sq Ft:
Open Patio,Covered Porch
Barn Mini,Driveway Concrete,Fence Full Rear
Laundry Room Main Level,Utility Room
Attic Access,Cathedral Ceiling(s),Walk-in Closet(s),Windows Wood,Wood Work Stained
Breakfast Bar,Kitchen Some Updates,Pantry WalkIn
Smoke Detector,Sump Pump
Breakfast Room,Formal Dining Room
Family Room,Gas Starter
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Highway 31 north to 236th Street - East to Morse Landing Drive- South to home on East side of street
Property Sub Type:
Single Family Residence
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Closet Walk in,Shower Stall Full
Full Baths Upper:
Half Baths Main:
Heating & Cooling
Cable Available,Gas Connected,High Speed Internet Avail
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