Wonderful 2/3-bedroom Cypress Point model, no-step ranch town home backing to the golf greens in the active adult community of Carillon, close to shopping and transportation. * Lovely white cabinets and hardwood floors in kitchen. * Brand new first floor carpeting. * Flexible use of second bedroom for office/sitting room. * Huge bedroom and full bathroom in the finished basement for privacy. * With neutral decor, 2600 square feet of finished living space, and walk-on golf course backyard, this home is a fantastic value.
Common Insurance, Clubhouse, Exterior Maintenance, Lawn Care, Scavenger, Snow Removal
This listing 21133 Buckeye Court Plainfield, Il 60544
is a attached single listing
with 2 full baths, 2 bedrooms and approximately 1,401 square feet. 21133 Buckeye Court was built in 1999. 21133 Buckeye Court is located in Plainfield and in ZIP Code 60544.
It has been listed on our site since 4/25/18.
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Plainfield, IL , is a southern Chicago suburb located along the DuPage River amongst lush wetlands and beautiful Plainfield homes. For all it has to offer, Plainfield has become one of the quickest growing villages in Illinois. Between 1990 and 2000 the population soared from 4,500 to 13,000, and it didn’t stop there. By 2007 Plainfield had nearly tripled in size, reaching a population ...
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