Attention investors & contractors this is an amazing opportunity to remodel this charming all brick home in an excellent location. This home is being sold "as is", not for your average home buyer, needs total overhaul. First floor boasts kitchen with bump out, dining room, living room and 1/2 bath & hardwood floors. Second level has 3 beds, full bath & hardwood floors. Full basement and park like yard with attached garage. Award winning schools, steps to parks, Metra, library and downtown Mount Prospect with all it has to offer! Great opportunity!
This listing 107 North Emerson Street Mount Prospect, Il 60056
is a detached single listing
with 1 full bath, 1 half bath, 3 bedrooms and approximately 1,700 square feet on a lot of 7,841 sqft (or 0.18 acres). 107 North Emerson Street was built in 1941. 107 North Emerson Street is located in Mount Prospect and in ZIP Code 60056.
It has been listed on our site since 4/26/18.
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