**SOLD** 723 S. Fairfield Ave., Lombard

Don’t miss this gorgeous renovation in a wonderful neighborhood! Owners hate to leave this beautiful home, with a stunning kitchen (2015) with maple cabinets, endless quartz counter tops, and stainless appliances. Kitchen opens to the bright and spacious dining room. Lovely hardwood throughout the main floor. Living room with a wall of windows and a pretty stone front fireplace. First floor office with sliding glass doors for privacy. Two beautiful updated baths. Spacious basement is clean & bright – drain tiled in 2015 – waiting for your finishes! New windows throughout. Roof, furnace and AC under 10 years. Two car garage with work area and huge attic storage. This fabulous lot backs to Madison Meadow Park. A beautiful home – don’t miss it!

Listing Price: 369,000
Address: 723 S Fairfield
City: Lombard
State: IL
ZIP: 60181
MLS # (if any): 09863264
Square Feet: 1704
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Basement (full, 1/2, finished, unfinished): full, unfinished

**SOLD** 112 N. Euclid Ave., Villa Park

Euclid 1

Brick ranch on a lovely Villa Park street. Great bones but needs much work. Three bedrooms, one bath, a large eat in kitchen. Huge basement. Two car garage. Loads of potential! Sold “AS-IS.” No FHA please.

**SOLD IN 18 DAYS ** Stunning Ranch on huge South Villa Park Lot!

Stunning Ranch in south Villa Park

** SOLD IN 18 DAYS! ** Stunning home! Gorgeous new kitchen with granite counters, travertine floor and a breakfast nook overlooking the 300 ft lot. Hardwood floors throughout. Newly finished basement with large family room, 4th bedroom & beautiful full bath with fabulous walk-in shower. Lovely laundry room. All new windows & updated electric. 2.5 car garage. Beautiful new deck.

How to lovingly renovate a historic Bungalow

If you are interested in restoring and preserving a historic bungalow, and with a green renovation to boot, don’t miss the “Do’s & Don’ts of Bungalow Restoration” presented by Nicholas Clark Architects. They will cover many rehab questions such as, is it better to renovate original windows rather than replace them?

The series begins on June 21st at the Avalon Branch Library, 8148 Stony Island Ave.; June 24th at the West Belmont Branch Library, 3104 N. Narragansett Ave.; and June 30th at the Beverly Branch Library, 1962 W. 95th St. For info: Joanna@mkcpr.com

Jeanne Jordan