Beautifully updated home located on quiet culdesac with highly acclaimed District 204 schools in desirable Oakhurst Sub-Division! Walking distance to elementary school! Painted in neutral colors & featuring wood laminate flooring & updated bathrooms! Basement has new/updated flooring, cabinets, counter tops & freshly painted! Newer Pella windows carpet & new furnace & AC in 2017. Huge eat-in kitchen features all stainless steel appliances, Corian counters, plenty of cabinet space and opening to large family room. Perfect for entertaining! First floor laundry room with new dryer. Whole house fan, tank less water heater & 2+ car attached garage. Pella sliding glass door opens to newly fenced, professionally landscaped yard with stamped concrete patio & play set! Easy access to shopping & I-88!
This listing 288 Foxworth Court Aurora, Il 60502
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms and approximately 2,227 square feet on a lot of 9,583 sqft (or 0.22 acres). 288 Foxworth Court was built in 1991. 288 Foxworth Court is located in Aurora and in ZIP Code 60502.
It has been listed on our site since 4/10/19.
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