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This is What $250,000 Buys You

Take a peek inside two comparably priced homes, one in Chicago Heights and the other in Flossmoor. Both are selling for about $250,000. What do you think?

1. 1240 Edgewood Ave., Chicago Heights. Asking price: $245,000, according to realtor listings.

This is a three-story, five-bedroom home located in the historic Country Club area of Chicago Heights. It has two bathrooms and 2,900 square feet of living space.

The home was built in 1913 and features original woodwork, french doors and hardwood floors. It has formal living room and dining room spaces, a sun room and an unfinished basement.

The home sits on a three-quarter acre corner lot adjacent to a forest preserve.

2. 721 Perth Ave., Flossmoor. Asking price: $243,900, according to realtor listings.

This is a two-story, three-bedroom home that sits on a .33-acre wooded lot. It has 1.5 bathrooms and 2,105 square feet of living space. The home was built in 1940.

The home features hardwood flooring, a newer roof and furnace. Vaulted ceilings were added in a family room addition in 2006. It also has a laundry chute, cedar walk-in closet and a powder room updated with granite flooring.

Realtor listing source/information: David J. Cobb, RE/MAX All Properties.

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