305 W Chestnut St, Chatham, IL 62629, USA

$ 149,900

Own a piece of history with this rare original Sears and Roebuck house! Conveniently located near the town square, this two bedroom/one bathroom home sits on a partially finished basement. Owners have added new luxury plank vinyl flooring to the bedrooms, as well as updated the bathroom. Enjoy the fenced in back yard with mature trees, as well as the convenience of a breezeway from the garage into the back of the home. Front porch sitting brings tons of charm to this Chatham home! Central AC and electric updated in 2021, water heater replaced 2010. Freshly blown insulation in attic to keep you toasty during those cold winter nights. Two bonus rooms in the basement give you extra room to spread the family out for possible playroom or den. Selling AS IS.

Basic Facts

Type: Status: Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1
Year built: 1950 Subdivision: None Fireplaces: 1

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Location Details

County: Sangamon
High School: Chatham District #5

Property Details

Basement Sq Ft: Block
Appliances: Refrigerator, Washer, Dryer
Listing Office: The Real Estate Group, Inc.
ListOfficeMlsId: RMACA2050

Property Features

Style: Bungalow
Interior Features: Attic Storage, Garage Door Opener(s), Blinds, Ceiling Fan(s)
Exterior Features: Fenced Yard, Patio, Porch/3-Season, Shed(s)
Parking: Attached, Paved
Garage Capacity: 1
Heating System: Electric, Gas, Forced Air, Central
Roof: Shingle
Utility Company: Chatham Electric and Water, Ameren

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This style property is located in Chatham is currently and has been listed on Davis and Associates REALTORS®. This property is listed at $ 149,900. It has 2 beds bedrooms, bathrooms, and is . The property was built in 1950.