Stunning Doug Reynolds built home sits on the 8th hole of the Glen Club. Expansive views of course and lake. This 6-bedroom, 8-bath home boasts four levels of luxury living. Newly remodeled professional kitchen with cabinet facing on upscale appliances, formal dining room with seating for 16, family room with 14-foot ceilings, and 2 laundry rooms. Custom built in cabinets and features throughout, including custom built desk and shelving in den that leads directly to the bluestone patio and English garden. Lower level features home theater with tiered seating, full wet bar with wine cooler, billiard area and a separate craft room. 2nd Floor has master suite and 4 large bedrooms. 3rd floor includes an additional bedroom and full bath along with a large family room with panoramic views of the golf course. This home features too many custom details and features to list. A home with this level of quality and detail rarely becomes available.
This listing 1741 Monterey Drive Glenview, Il 60026
is a detached single listing
with 6 full baths, 2 half baths, 6 bedrooms and approximately 8,151 square feet on a lot of 16,117 sqft (or 0.37 acres). 1741 Monterey Drive was built in 2003. 1741 Monterey Drive is located in Glenview and in ZIP Code 60026.
It has been listed on our site since 6/10/18.
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