Gorgeous English Tudor home situated on one of the most sought after streets in Glen Ellyn - this 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom home includes chef's kitchen with large, light filled breakfast room, stunning formal living and dining rooms, cozy family room with fireplace, large screened-in porch, first floor mudroom w/ laundry, finished basement and 3rd floor 4th bedroom w/ bonus space. Master bedroom ensuite and large additional bedrooms offer space for all. Walk to popular Ben Franklin Elementary School, town, train and all that the village has to offer. Character abounds in this timeless Glen Ellyn home - must see to appreciate all that it has to offer!
This listing 249 Exmoor Avenue Glen Ellyn, Il 60137
is a detached single listing
with 3 full baths, 4 bedrooms and approximately 3,145 square feet on a lot of 10,890 sqft (or 0.25 acres). 249 Exmoor Avenue was built in 1924. 249 Exmoor Avenue is located in Glen Ellyn and in ZIP Code 60137.
It has been listed on our site since 10/12/18.
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Glen Ellyn is not another typical suburb in that it hosts a variety of summer festivals in downtown Glen Ellyn. With a low crime rate and excellent schools, the value of living in Glen Ellyn is hard to measure. In this neighborhood, small town niceties combine with a convenient location near a major city to give their residents a comfortable and safe residence.
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