Magnificent Tudor style home-approximately 8400 sq. ft. of finished space. Stone exterior on approximately a 0.5 acre lot in Prime Glencoe. Close to public beach and town. Featuring 6 bedrooms, 6.2 bath, 5 fireplaces, spectacular kitchen, LED lighting, foam insulation, 4K media room, Walnut library, and refrigerated wine cellar. Incredible attention to detail. Sport court with 18' ceiling,valleyball net and built in TV. Agent owned/interest.
This listing 554 Longwood Avenue Glencoe, Il 60022
is a detached single listing
with 6 full baths, 2 half baths, 6 bedrooms and approximately 8,400 square feet on a lot of 20,038 sqft (or 0.46 acres). 554 Longwood Avenue was built in 2018. 554 Longwood Avenue is located in Glencoe and in ZIP Code 60022.
It has been listed on our site since 5/9/17.
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