Richly Finished Custom Built Ranch Home in Prestigious Palos Park! 3 Bedroom 'Suites' with 4th Bedroom on Lower Level! Fully Finished 'Walkout' Basement with 2nd Wonderful Kitchen! Great for Related Living! Top of the Line Cabinetry and Granite Counters Throughout! Vaulted Ceilings! Trayed Ceilings! Crown Molding! 8 inch Baseboards! Outdoor Covered Patio! Tile Roof! Wonderful Paver Driveway leading to 3+ Car Heated Garage! A Must See!
This listing 56 Romiga Lane Palos Park, Il 60464
is a detached single listing
with 4 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms and approximately 6,900 square feet on a lot of 40,075 sqft (or 0.92 acres). 56 Romiga Lane was built in 2005. 56 Romiga Lane is located in Palos Park and in ZIP Code 60464.
It has been listed on our site since 7/24/17.
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The Palos Park Community is well known as a natural retreat in the southwest suburbs and great for people sick of the crowded and polluted city. Click here to read more.
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