770 N 1st Street, CARBON HILL IL 60416 Photo 1 770 N 1st Street, CARBON HILL IL 60416 Photo 2 770 N 1st Street, CARBON HILL IL 60416 Photo 3 770 N 1st Street, CARBON HILL IL 60416 Photo 4 770 N 1st Street, CARBON HILL IL 60416 Photo 5 770 N 1st Street, CARBON HILL IL 60416 Photo 6 770 N 1st Street, CARBON HILL IL 60416 Photo 7
Listing Courtesy of Coldwell Banker Honig-Bell

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Listing information

  • MLS® ID: 09363431
  • Beds: 4
  • Total Rooms: 6
  • New Construction: No
  • Lot Area: 0.26
  • County: Grundy
  • Style: 1-Story
  • Baths: 1 (Full: 1 3/4: 0 1/2: 0 Other: 0)
  • Stories: 0
  • Foreclosure: No
  • Lot Size: 75X150
  • Year Built: 1942
  • Status: Active
  • Parking Type Description: Detached 2 cars
  • Total Square Footage: 1,300 ($99.92 per sq. foot)
  • Estimated Annual Taxes: $1,916

Features

Additional Rooms No additional rooms
Age 71-80 Years
Air Conditioning Central Air
Area Coal City / Diamond
Assessment Includes None
Basement None
Basement Bathrooms (Y/N) No
Basement Description Crawl
Built Before 1978 (Y/N) Yes
Disability Access and/or Equipped No
Exterior Building Type Vinyl Siding
Garage On-Site Yes
Garage Ownership Owned
Garage Type Detached
General Information School Bus Service
Heat/Fuel Forced Air, Gas
Kitchen Type Eating Area-Table Space
Lot Size Less Than .25 Acre
Master Association Fee No
Master Bedroom Bath None
Other Bedrooms (Below Grade) - 0, Special Service Area - N, Tax Year - 2015, Total Full/Half Baths - 1, Township - Felix
Ownership Fee Simple
Parking Garage
Possession Closing
Property Type Detached Single
Recent Rehab (Y/N) No
Roof Type Asphalt/Glass (Shingles)
Sewer Septic-Private
Special Assessments N
Type Detached 1 Story
Virtual Tour Image360
Water Public
Waterfront (Y/N) No

Rooms

Bedroom 2 Main Level 11X13
Bedroom 3 Main Level 11X11
Bedroom 4 Main Level 10X11
Kitchen Main Level 12X15
Laundry Room Main Level 4X11
Living Room Main Level 12X17
Master Bedroom Main Level 11X12
Listing Courtesy of Coldwell Banker Honig-Bell