Exceptional renovation on this 1926 vintage home on private wooded lane in Floss Estates! Generous LR w/FP, arched blt-ins & formal DR. Dynamite granite KT w/nat cherry cabs, marble island, state of the art SS appliances! 1st flr study,redwood screen porch, media rm w/FP! 2nd levels w/5BR & 4BA incl nanny/related living. 5000+ sf, wide plank oak HW flooring, arched doorways, impeccable finishes. Great sense of style!
Hot Water/Steam, Baseboard, Radiant, Indv Controls, Zoned
Circuit Breakers, 200+ Amp Service
This listing 2426 Dundonald Road Flossmoor, Il 60422
is a detached single listing
with 4 full baths, 1 half bath, 5 bedrooms and approximately 5,151 square feet on a lot of 16,553 sqft (or 0.38 acres). 2426 Dundonald Road was built in 1926. 2426 Dundonald Road is located in Flossmoor and in ZIP Code 60422.
It has been listed on our site since 4/20/18.
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The roots of Flossmoor , Illinois run deep through American history. In 1891, the Illinois Central Railroad purchased 160 acres of land west of the rail line and north of Flossmoor Road. In the late 1890's the ICG decided to sell the property for development and sponsored a contest to select a name for the Village. "Floss Moor", a Scotch name meaning &quo...
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