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This is What $275,000 Buys You

For about $275,000, you could purchase a home in Oak Lawn or one in Evergreen Park. Do you look the look of one over the other? Why?

1. 11405 Foxwoods Dr., Oak Lawn. Asking price: $275,000, according to realtor listings.

This is a three-bedroom home that features a rear concrete patio and a gas fireplace. It has three bathrooms and 2,240 square feet of living space. The home was built in 2002. 

The home also has a large master bedroom with a private bathroom and walk-in shower, as well as a basement. 

2. 9217 S. Clifton Ave, Evergreen Park. Asking price: $275,000, according to realtor listings. 

This is a five-bedroom home that features hardwood floors in the living room, dining room, foyer and stairs. It has four bedrooms and 2,116 square feet of living space. The home was built in 2002. 

It also has a breakfast room with patio doors out to the back yard, a large, finished rec room and a two-car garage. The home also has a fenced yard. 

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Carrie December 03, 2012 at 04:52 PM
No brainer. The house in Evergreen Park has so much charm and character. The one in Oak Lawn is just another track home. Blech.
T December 04, 2012 at 02:09 AM
I'm sorry - but an avocado fridge for $275K in this economy, really? How much could a matching cheap black fridge possibly cost? I LOVE the idea of ranch living, but the front is all garage. The Evergreen Pk. home looks so much more updated & I love the wooden floors in the living room. I'd go with the EP home.
Mike Fangman December 04, 2012 at 03:27 AM
TK, have you looked at appliances recently? I did earlier this year when my fridge broke down. The cheapest ones for a regular size space start at about $500.
Mike Fangman December 04, 2012 at 03:28 AM
TK, have you looked at appliances recently? I did earlier this year when my fridge broke down. The cheapest ones for a regular size space start at about $500.

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