Move in Ready, beautiful 3 bedroom ranch home with Brazilian teak hardwood flooring looking for new owner. This home has a large open kitchen with Samsung stainless steel appliances and a 12x13 table space for dining. Lovely Brick Fireplace lies within the Living room area that is enhanced with a tray ceiling. Spacious Master bedroom includes a great walk in closet and full master bath with over size tub. The full basement offers plenty of storage space and has a bathroom roughed in. This home is complete with newer windows & patio door that have a lifetime warranty on the screens, a 2 car garage with 9 foot doors, a 30' pool and a beautiful 2 tier deck. Set your appointment today.
This listing 342 Quincy Court Romeoville, Il 60446
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 3 bedrooms and approximately 2,027 square feet on a lot of 11,326 sqft (or 0.26 acres). 342 Quincy Court was built in 2002. 342 Quincy Court is located in Romeoville and in ZIP Code 60446.
It has been listed on our site since 8/13/18.
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Romeoville is a peaceful town in a terrific location near Joliet and Chicago, as well as the Des Plaines River and numerous nature and forest preserves. Click here to read more.
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