Golden opportunity to own a vintage home in Wheaton within a few blocks of the central downtown area, College, and 3 schools (in Blue Ribbon Longfellow School boundaries). So much is offered here: all brick exterior, 2 car garage, huge Living Room with abundant windows allowing lots of sunshine into house, sweet Kitchen boasting white cabinets, granite tops, hardwood floors in good shape, a few new windows, newer furnace,and original charming details. Smaller bedroom can be used as office. Large back yard with brick paver patio. With a little bit of sweat equity, this home can really shine! Due to being an estate sale, home is being sold "As Is," but in good condition.
This listing 330 East Madison Avenue Wheaton, Il 60187
is a detached single listing
with 1 full bath, 4 bedrooms and approximately 1,798 square feet. 330 East Madison Avenue was built in 1927. 330 East Madison Avenue is located in Wheaton and in ZIP Code 60187.
It has been listed on our site since 10/4/18.
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