In Town! Great old and Charming home with the conveniences of modern living. Enjoy your great neighborhood while sitting on your inviting front porch. Updated kitchen with solid surface counters, maple cab. opens to breakfast room with views of the large fenced in yard. Separate formal dining room. Fourth bedroom on main level can be used as den/office. Newer wood cased openings, wainscoting, updated light fixtures & newer solid core doors throughout. Huge master bedroom features vaulted ceiling, large walk in closet with custom built-ins & private master bath. Updated vanities in upstairs bathrooms. This lovely home also features a new roof, newly refinished floors on main level, newly finished basement with bath, and security system. Garage and be made into a 2 car tandem. Perfect location to walk to either Geneva or St. Charles downtown areas. Nothing to do but move in!
This listing 1318 Ash Street St. Charles, Il 60174
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 2 half baths, 4 bedrooms and approximately 2,304 square feet. 1318 Ash Street was built in 1954. 1318 Ash Street is located in St. Charles and in ZIP Code 60174.
It has been listed on our site since 6/7/18.
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