Fabulous end unit with waterfront view. Large 2 BR with 2 car garage. Volume ceiling arched windows. Bring lots of light shining in, beautiful fully applianced, kitchen with custom granite countertops and double stainless steel sink. Tasteful neutral decor throughout. Spacious BRs with more than ample closet space. Great outdoor space includes oversized paver brick patio that flows to open space with water view. A short walk to forest preserve and dog park make this a perfect 10!
Common Insurance, Exterior Maintenance, Lawn Care, Snow Removal
This listing 4016 Oak Tree Lane Plainfield, Il 60586
is a attached single listing
with 1 full bath, 1 half bath, 2 bedrooms and approximately 1,470 square feet. 4016 Oak Tree Lane was built in 1999. 4016 Oak Tree Lane is located in Plainfield and in ZIP Code 60586.
It has been listed on our site since 6/1/18.
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Plainfield, IL , is a southern Chicago suburb located along the DuPage River amongst lush wetlands and beautiful Plainfield homes. For all it has to offer, Plainfield has become one of the quickest growing villages in Illinois. Between 1990 and 2000 the population soared from 4,500 to 13,000, and it didn’t stop there. By 2007 Plainfield had nearly tripled in size, reaching a populatio...
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