Custom home to be built in River Point Estates. Build your dream home nestled amongst luxury homes, centrally located and convenient to schools, dining, shopping and recreation. The Lincoln Park is a two story, 4,300 square foot home with oversized center island kitchen, walk-in pantry, first floor office, two story family room, master suite, four car garage, cement driveway, Hardie Board siding and brick. You pick all your custom features or bring us your plan and we will build it for you.
This listing 24824 Barolo Drive Plainfield, Il 60586
is a detached single listing
with 3 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms and approximately 4,300 square feet on a lot of 32,234 sqft (or 0.74 acres). 24824 Barolo Drive was built in 2017. 24824 Barolo Drive is located in Plainfield and in ZIP Code 60586.
It has been listed on our site since 9/2/17.
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Plainfield, IL , is a southern Chicago suburb located along the DuPage River amongst lush wetlands and beautiful Plainfield homes. For all it has to offer, Plainfield has become one of the quickest growing villages in Illinois. Between 1990 and 2000 the population soared from 4,500 to 13,000, and it didn’t stop there. By 2007 Plainfield had nearly tripled in size, reaching a populatio...
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