Wonderful opportunity to live in great neighborhood with lots of room for all!! Split level offering tons of natural sunlight, huge great room addition, private fenced yard and storage shed for all of your tools and toys. Extra bedroom in basement and storage galore. Newer roof, and windows. Great location to walk to Indian Grove Elementary (or school bus comes as well, two doors down), close to Randhurst Mall, restaurants and shopping. Meticulously maintained. Quick close OK. Don't miss this one!
This listing 1910 East Kiowa Lane Mount Prospect, Il 60056
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 3 bedrooms and approximately 1,813 square feet on a lot of 9,148 sqft (or 0.21 acres). 1910 East Kiowa Lane was built in 1964. 1910 East Kiowa Lane is located in Mount Prospect and in ZIP Code 60056.
It has been listed on our site since 6/9/18.
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