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2202 Shiloh DriveLONG GROVEIL60047
Own your own resort in Country Club Estates! This beautiful home features an inground pool, hot tub and tennis court. The home offers a nice floorplan. The formal living & dining room are perfect for entertaining. The eat in kitchen has a large center island with seating, desk area and opens to the family room which boasts a fireplace and custom built ins. There is also a first floor den with custom shelves. The luxury master suite has a large soaker tub, separate shower and dual vanities. The sunroom overlooks the deck and pool area. The large laundry/mud room is a nice bonus to the home. The lower level is unfinished awaiting your decorating ideas or perfect for storage. The professionally landscaped yard is 2+ acres. This is a HomePath property.
This listing 2202 Shiloh Drive Long Grove, Il 60047
is a detached single listing
with 3 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms and approximately 4,028 square feet. 2202 Shiloh Drive was built in 1989. 2202 Shiloh Drive is located in Long Grove and in ZIP Code 60047.
It has been listed on our site since 3/16/18.
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