Wonderful opportunity to customize a charming home in Armour Woods. Rarely available 3-bed/3-bath A-model unit tucked in a wooded setting. Open floor plan throughout first floor with designated dining area. Vaulted ceiling in living room with a gas fireplace. Spacious first floor master suite. Floor to ceiling windows throughout first floor. Hardwood floors in excellent condition. All three bedrooms have bathrooms en suite. Usable upstairs loft space overlooking the living room. Designated area ideal for a study. Basement contains ample storage throughout. Two private deck areas perfect for entertaining. Highly desirable floor plan. Carefree living with close access to downtown Lake Bluff.
This listing 31 Warrington Drive Lake Bluff, Il 60044
is a attached single listing
with 3 full baths, 3 bedrooms and approximately 2,053 square feet. 31 Warrington Drive was built in 1986. 31 Warrington Drive is located in Lake Bluff and in ZIP Code 60044.
It has been listed on our site since 7/10/18.
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The Lake Bluff community is located on the North Shore area of Chicago suburbs. Located on Lake Michigan means beautiful views of the lake and lovely parks and running trails on the lake. Click here to read more.
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