Style, charm and terrific curb appeal abound in this bungalow styled home. Find vintage character and modern touches from when you first enter the enclosed front porch. The generously sized living room features built in bookcases and french doors leading to a den that can also serve as an office. The spacious formal dining room has a stunning built in china cabinet and ample space for entertaining. The kitchen has been expanded to include a sunroom perfect for casual dining. Upstairs find 3 large bedrooms all with amazing closets and a remodeled bath. The basement features a family room, bedroom and bath area. The entire interior displays original millwork and hardwood floors that shows the pride of ownership. Welcome in spring with incredible patio with multi levels, walls and a captivating design. All of this on a beautifully oversized landscaped lot.
This listing 108 East Taylor Street Newark, Il 60541
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms on a lot of 14,375 sqft (or 0.33 acres). 108 East Taylor Street is located in Newark and in ZIP Code 60541.
It has been listed on our site since 1/17/18.
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Newark is a family-oriented rural village set in peaceful Kendall County . Click here to read more.
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