IF YOU'RE A BOATER, THIS IS THE PLACE TO BE! ACCESS TO THE KANKAKEE RIVER FROM YOUR BACKYARD CHANNEL. THIS DARLING 2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH COTTAGE HOME IS THE PERFECT PLACE IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR A WEEKEND OR SUMMER GET AWAY. THE RECENTLY REMODELED KITCHEN FEATURES TRENDY WHITE AND GRAY CABINETRY, A TILED BACKSPLASH, GRANITE COUNTERTOPS AND STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES. THE OPEN FLOOR PLAN ALLOWS PLENTY OF ROOM FOR LARGE DINING AND HAS A HANDSOME BEDFORD STONE WOOD BURNING FIREPLACE AS THE FOCAL POINT OF THE LIVING ROOM. BOTH BEDROOMS ARE NICELY SIZED AND THE BATH HAS RECENTLY BEEN REMODELED. ENJOY WATER VIEWS FROM THE FRONT AND BACK PATIOS, STORE YOUR TOYS IN THE 28' EXTRA DEEP GARAGE WITH A CEDAR CLOSET FOR ADDITIONAL STORAGE. SHED AND BOAT DOCK INCLUDED, WITH EASY ACCESS TO I55. AGENT OWNED.
This listing 8880 East Mallard Lane Wilmington, Il 60481
is a detached single listing
with 1 full bath, 2 bedrooms and approximately 960 square feet on a lot of 15,246 sqft (or 0.35 acres). 8880 East Mallard Lane was built in 1960. 8880 East Mallard Lane is located in Wilmington and in ZIP Code 60481.
It has been listed on our site since 4/25/18.
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