This Charming Cape Cod, located in the heart of Deerfield, combines old world charm with the contemporary updates demanded by today's buyers. Enjoy this in-town location with close proximity to the town center, library, parks, and schools. A spacious living area, updated stainless steel appliances and granite kitchen, and glorious fenced in backyard are all here for you to enjoy. Upstairs are three family bedrooms, two with hardwood floors, and one with new carpeting. The bedrooms share an updated full bath on the second floor, and there is a full bath on the main floor as well. No worries in this special home with a brand new furnace and electrical panel. Also the basement, two-car garage, and a backyard shed provide plenty of storage in this lovely home.
This listing 1010 Hazel Avenue Deerfield, Il 60015
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms and approximately 1,640 square feet on a lot of 5,663 sqft (or 0.13 acres). 1010 Hazel Avenue was built in 1915. 1010 Hazel Avenue is located in Deerfield and in ZIP Code 60015.
It has been listed on our site since 10/11/17.
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