Immaculate 3 Bedroom 2 bath split level home with gleaming hardwood floors in the Living Room, Dining Room, kitchen and all bedrooms. Enjoy the panoramic view of the beautiful yard from the large windows in the Living Room. The lower level features a spacious family room, full bath, and laundry room with a door leading to the backyard. Convenient to schools, shopping,and major highways. Spacious back yard with large brick patio and hot tub for entertaining family and friends. One year old concrete driveway! See this one today !
This listing 5325 Larkspur Lane Lisle, Il 60532
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms and approximately 1,686 square feet. 5325 Larkspur Lane was built in 1959. 5325 Larkspur Lane is located in Lisle and in ZIP Code 60532.
It has been listed on our site since 3/15/18.
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The Village of Lisle , located in DuPage County, is a small friendly town near the big city of Chicago. Residents of Lisle enjoy a higher quality of life with access to great public schools, parks, and recreational activities. The village was ranked by Money magazine as “one of the best place to live” in the United States due to its low taxes and crime rate, including ...
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