RARE OPPORTUNITY TO BUILD your dream home in La Grange or get into a knock out area for under $250,000! Quiet, tree-lined neighborhood with lots of new construction mixed with charming older homes. Award winning schools, including Cossitt Avenue School and Lyons Township High School. Walk to everything: town, train, schools and parks. Enjoy all that La Grange has to offer! This home is priced to sell. Room sizes are approx. Some items left behind. Buyer is responsible to clean out house of items/debris that seller does not want. Prefer cash buyer. Estate sale "AS IS".
Electric to Site, Gas to Site, Sanitary Sewer to Site, Water-Municipal
Taxes & Fees
$3, 613 (2016)
This listing 632 7th Avenue La Grange, Il 60525
is a land listing
with on a lot of 6,534 sqft (or 0.15 acres). 632 7th Avenue is located in La Grange and in ZIP Code 60525.
It has been listed on our site since 8/13/18.
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Located just 13 miles west of Chicago, the village of La Grange is a fun and family-oriented community. With a wide array of dining, shopping and entertainment located in a vivacious downtown area, La Grange offers the best of both suburban and urban living.
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