Great investment property. Invest or live in one side and rent the other! One tenant has been renting for over 15 years. The other unit has been completely remodeled - new SS appliances, updated bath, freshly painted and new flooring throughout. Each unit has a large eat-in kitchen, vaulted ceilings in living room, 2 bedrooms a full bath, a family room and laundry/utility room. There is even a slider off kitchen to your private patio. Washer & dryer in each unit! Perfect location - close to downtown, restaurants and shopping.
This listing 470 Mary Lane Crystal Lake, Il 60014
is a two to four units listing
with 2 full baths, 4 bedrooms on a lot of 7,841 sqft (or 0.18 acres). 470 Mary Lane was built in 1976. 470 Mary Lane is located in Crystal Lake and in ZIP Code 60014.
It has been listed on our site since 5/1/18.
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Crystal Lake is located 50 miles northwest of Chicago, a short drive from O'Hare International Airport, near several major highways and interstates.
The Union Pacific rail line provides easy access to Chicago. As a result, Crystal Lake residents enjoy the many employment, cultural and recreational opportunities of a major metro city, yet live in a pleasant, friendly, small-tow...
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