Quiet tree lined street in sought after "We Go Park". Walking distance to downtown shopping and the Metra. This Split-level features 3 beds 2 baths hardwood floors, freshly painted throughout, granite counters, finished basement with a ton of storage in the crawl. Fenced yard, newer windows, roof in 2008 and a 2.5 garage. Great school district and meticulously maintained..
This listing 800 West Busse Avenue Mount Prospect, Il 60056
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms and approximately 1,204 square feet on a lot of 9,148 sqft (or 0.21 acres). 800 West Busse Avenue was built in 1957. 800 West Busse Avenue is located in Mount Prospect and in ZIP Code 60056.
It has been listed on our site since 10/10/18.
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