Beautiful setting. Not much left to do... kitchen has been totally redone... cabinets, counter tops and ceramic flooring. New hardwood floors in the foyer and family room. Finished basement with full bath, wet bar, media/recreation area and an exercise area or 5th bedroom. 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths and a spacious loft area on the second floor. Fenced backyard with plenty of entertaining and play space including a playground and basketball half court.
This listing 205 South Oakleaf Road Algonquin, Il 60102
is a detached single listing
with 3 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms and approximately 3,190 square feet on a lot of 13,504 sqft (or 0.31 acres). 205 South Oakleaf Road was built in 1998. 205 South Oakleaf Road is located in Algonquin and in ZIP Code 60102.
It has been listed on our site since 6/11/18.
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Algonquin is a commercial-minded suburb set along the banks of the Fox River and a number of major roads, including Randall Road, Route 62, and Route 31. This charming waterside village is located 43 miles northwest of Chicago and 30 miles south of the Wisconsin border. However, Algonquin residents don’t need to leave the village limits for shopping, gourmet food, or great entertainm...
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