Step up to this charming storybook home in East Glencoe. Rich & warm hardwood floors and big windows with sunshine pouring in make this feel like your own private retreat. Layout has a nice flow; dining room opens to an updated kitchen and family room with breathtaking views of the ravine. Approx. $60,000 in upgrades including brand-new kitchen, refinished hardwood floors & windows. Don't miss the amazing office space on 2nd floor with treetop views of the ravine. This is truly the BEST location Glencoe has to offer. The Ravine Bluffs neighborhood is just blocks away from the beach, train, shopping & dining. Award-winning schools & highly sought-after New Trier HS. Front of the home overlooks one of only two bridges ever designed by renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright. This is a house you must see in person to appreciate!!
This listing 235 Sylvan Road Glencoe, Il 60022
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 3 bedrooms on a lot of 16,117 sqft (or 0.37 acres). 235 Sylvan Road was built in 1927. 235 Sylvan Road is located in Glencoe and in ZIP Code 60022.
It has been listed on our site since 5/3/18.
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