Looking for the perfect open floor plan - we've got it! Prepare to fall in love w/the great room in this Flossmoor Park gem! Formal LR w/FP opens to HUGE great room - updated granite KT w/new grey CT floor, tons of cabinets, breakfast/dining room w/more cabinetry & wine bar all open to FR w/FP and access to lovely deck & fenced grounds! 2 MBR's in this home-one on first floor great for related living & another upstairs. All totaled 4 BR, 3.1BA and a finished rec room & lots of storage. Did I mention the home is situated on a lovely block close to historic downtown Flossmoor, metra to Millennium Station and U of C! Hurry - don't miss this one!
This listing 2035 Cummings Lane Flossmoor, Il 60422
is a detached single listing
with 3 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms and approximately 2,524 square feet on a lot of 10,890 sqft (or 0.25 acres). 2035 Cummings Lane was built in 1952. 2035 Cummings Lane is located in Flossmoor and in ZIP Code 60422.
It has been listed on our site since 5/14/18.
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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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