1908 Dubois Street

Lawrenceville, IL, 62439

  • Price $47,900
  • Beds3
  • Baths1
  • Sq. Ft.1522
  • MLS #201845736
This 2 story home offers on the main level a kitchen with appliances, dining room, living room, 2 bedrooms with hardwood floors, and a full bathroom with a shower. The upper level is one large room with 3 large closets. The roof is 1 year old with new decking, tiger seal 30 yr roof by McGregor roofing. The house has a gas furnace, gas water heater that is 2 years old, a central air unit that is 5 years old, and a breaker box. The detached garage has an upstairs apartment with a living room, kitchenette area and full bathroom. It has a breaker box that was replaced 5 years ago. Garage with the apartment and the house are being sold as-is.
  • # of Rooms8
  • AmenitiesCeiling Fan(s),Patio Open, Stand Up Shower
  • Architectual StyleTraditional
  • Basement/FoundationFull Basement,Unfinished
  • CoolingCentral Air
  • DrivewayConcrete
  • FireplaceNo
  • FlooringHardwood Floors,Carpet,Vinyl
  • GarageDetached
  • HeatingGas,Forced Air
  • Lot Size7187
  • Lot DescriptionLevel
  • Sale IncludesRefrigerator, Range-Electric, Water Heater Gas
  • SewagePublic
  • StyleTwo Story
  • TownshipLawrence (IL)
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