Attention all buyers!! Come see this gorgeous home with all the bells & whistles included. Enjoy the open layout floor plan with granite kitchen counters & island, stone/glass backsplash & SS appliances, all updated sinks & baths, vanity, granite tops, faucets, etc. Mitigation Concrete patio, paver walk, gas line for grill & fenced in backyard. Minooka schools. Too much to list. This is a definite show & sell.
This listing 1102 Treesdale Way Joliet, Il 60431
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms and approximately 3,160 square feet on a lot of 12,197 sqft (or 0.28 acres). 1102 Treesdale Way was built in 2005. 1102 Treesdale Way is located in Joliet and in ZIP Code 60431.
It has been listed on our site since 3/2/18.
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The city of Joliet is located in both Will and Kendall County, Illinois and is a suburb southwest of Chicago. It is the fourth largest city in the state and home to over 150,000 residents. Joliet was once known as an industrial city; today the community reinvented itself as a tourist destination with many entertainment opportunities to experience. Some of the major attractions incl...
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