Classic white brick Hemphill Colonial on a wide, lush lot in desirable Skokie Ridge. The flexible floor plan offers sun-filled, generously proportioned rooms with gorgeous crown moldings & rich hardwood floors. The gracious living room has a fireplace & lovely large bay window; the fabulous entertainment-sized dining room adjoins a sleek white kitchen with large center island & door to the bluestone patio. The sun/family room boasts 3 walls of windows & opens to the yard. The totally exceptional master features a luxury travertine bath and two amazing, massive closets & dressing areas. Three additional 2nd-level bedrooms include one en-suite & one with an attached 1/2 bath. A sophisticated, impeccably maintained gem with a newer roof, newer mechanicals and a stunning private yard.
This listing 999 Elm Ridge Drive Glencoe, Il 60022
is a detached single listing
with 3 full baths, 2 half baths, 4 bedrooms and approximately 4,650 square feet on a lot of 16,553 sqft (or 0.38 acres). 999 Elm Ridge Drive was built in 1955. 999 Elm Ridge Drive is located in Glencoe and in ZIP Code 60022.
It has been listed on our site since 2/20/17.
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