FULL OF POTENTIAL WITH SWEAT EQUITY, HERE IS THE PERFECT OPPORTUNITY TO FIX UP A GOOD SIZED RANCH EXACTLY HOW YOU WANT IT TO BE!! OR FIX & FLIP INVESTMENT POSSIBILITY. THIS HOUSE IS BEING SOLD "AS IS", NO EXCEPTIONS. MUST BE CASH OR 203K REHAB LOAN. PLEASE BE EXTREMELY CAREFUL WHEN WALKING THROUGH THE HOUSE. IT IS JUST A SHELL WITH MOST EVERYTHING REMOVED. THERE IS A LARGE HOLE IN THE BATHROOM FLOOR, PAY ATTENTION TO WHERE YOU ARE WALKING. THERE IS NEW ELECTRICAL AND NEW FURNACE. THE ROOM MEASUREMENTS ARE WHAT IT WOULD BE IF THE WALLS WERE UP. ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK!! PROOF OF FUNDS WILL BE REQUIRED OR PRE-APPROVAL LETTER. Close to Shopping, restaurants and expressways. Bring your buyers! Listing Broker and Seller assumes no responsibility and make no guarantees, warranties (expressed or implied) or representations as to the availability or accuracy of information contained herein.
This listing 613 Glen Avenue Romeoville, Il 60446
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms and approximately 1,210 square feet. 613 Glen Avenue was built in 1959. 613 Glen Avenue is located in Romeoville and in ZIP Code 60446.
It has been listed on our site since 4/7/18.
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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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