Check out this beautiful custom home in a lovely neighborhood. Spacious and inviting you will feel right at home immediately. 3-car garage, nice yard, architectural as well as vaulted ceilings, and nice neighbors, this is the Naperville home you are looking for. Close to everything and yet the privacy of a cul-de-sac. It is a short sale, the bank will make the final decision for all offers. This is a rare opportunity for you to get into a phenomenal home at a great price. This property is being sold as-is. The dog is not included, he will be caged when you go through the house (please let him enjoy his privacy).
This listing 2415 Williamstown Court Naperville, Il 60564
is a detached single listing
with 3 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms and approximately 3,804 square feet on a lot of 14,375 sqft (or 0.33 acres). 2415 Williamstown Court was built in 1998. 2415 Williamstown Court is located in Naperville and in ZIP Code 60564.
It has been listed on our site since 12/1/17.
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Naperville is regularly named to Money magazine’s list of “Best Small Cities to Live In” and was recently ranked in Fortune’s “Best Places to Live and Launch a Business.” It was dubbed the nation’s best place to raise children by the U.S. Census Bureau in 2000, and a Top 10 place to retire by AARP. So what gives?
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