2 heated garage parking spaces and large storage included in asking price. Popular Chelsey Square in Park Ridge. This home boasts separate dining and living room, large kitchen and split bedroom floor plan, new appliances in kitchen and freshly painted. Move in ready. Boutique elevator building with replaced in 2015. Party room with full kitchen, workshop area and his and her saunas. Plenty of guest parking. 100% owner occupied. Show with confidence.
Water, Parking, Common Insurance, Exterior Maintenance, Lawn Care, Scavenger, Snow Removal
This listing 300 South Dee Road 2c Park Ridge, Il 60068
is a attached single listing
with 2 full baths, 2 bedrooms and approximately 1,400 square feet. 300 South Dee Road 2C was built in 1973. 300 South Dee Road 2C is located in Park Ridge and in ZIP Code 60068.
It has been listed on our site since 9/14/18.
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Located just northwest of Chicago, along the “Golden Corridor,” Park Ridge offers all the benefits of suburban living – good schools, abundant green space, a sense of community – situated within a stone’s throw of the city’s dining, cultural and entertainment destinations.
Park Ridge’s own vibrant downtown area (known as “Uptown”) is...
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