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603 S High St

Washington, IL 61571
  • $152,500

  • 3

  • 2

  • 2,120


About the Listing 83 - 5028

**Caterpillar 3% Incentive** Don't miss out on the opportunity to own this bright & spacious tri-level home. 3 bedroom, 2 full bath home tucked away on a quiet street. Spacious living room with big picture window & gas log fireplace. Beautiful kitchen with breakfast bar that leads to informal dining room. Enjoy the lovely sunroom that overlooks the huge backyard with shed. Oversized attached garage.

Listing Highlights for 603 S High St

Status Active
Days on Site 17
Property Type Residential
MLS # 1196156
Year Built 1957
Square Footage 2,120
Lot/Acreage 100x140
County Tazewell
Neighborhood Edgewood
Elementary School Lincoln
Middle School Washington
High School Washington

Interior Details

  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2 Full / 1 Half
  • Appliances: Dishwasher,Range/Oven,Refrigerator
  • Air Cond: Gas,Forced Air,Water Heater - Gas,Central Air
  • Heating: Gas,Forced Air,Water Heater - Gas,Central Air
  • Fireplaces: Gas Logs,Living Room
  • Floor:
  • Basement: Crawl Space
  • Other: Bookcases/Built-In,Garage Door Opener (s),Utility Sink,Sunroom
  • Water: Public Water, Public Sewer

Exterior Details

  • Lot Description: Level
  • Garage Capacity: N/A
  • Lot Dimensions: 100x140
  • Roof: Composition
  • Others: Curbs & Gutters,Aluminum Siding,Brick Partial,Porch/Screened
  • Sewer: Public Water, Public Sewer
  • Above Ground Sq Ft:
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Financial Details

  • Tax Amount: $3,569
  • Taxes w/Assessments: N/A
  • Tax/Property ID: N/A
  • Tax Year: N/A

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Listing Courtesy of Courtney Dean, Jim Maloof/REALTOR