Darling one-story home has been lovingly maintained and updated. Kitchen updated 5 years ago, bath updated 4 years--granite counters, new cabinets, new frig, stove, microwave, tile, light fixtures. Large living room with wall of windows, opens to dining room through curved arch. Hardwood throughout on main floor (2 bedrooms carpeted). Master has bay window. Partially finished basement with 2 rec room areas (one carpeted), plus laundry/utility room, plus 2 storage rooms. Vinyl siding and storm windows new 2010. High efficiency furnace and central air new 2003; roof 2006; water heater 2013. Just a bit of decorating & polish will make this cute home a solid gem!
This listing 317 Franklin Street Batavia, Il 60510
is a detached single listing
with 1 full bath, 3 bedrooms and approximately 970 square feet on a lot of 4,356 sqft (or 0.1 acres). 317 Franklin Street was built in 1910. 317 Franklin Street is located in Batavia and in ZIP Code 60510.
It has been listed on our site since 10/20/18.
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Batavia is called “The Windmill City” for having been the world’s leading windmill manufacturer during the Industrial Revolution. This long and rich history is captured in the architecture that features gothic and Victorian styles, as well as old farmhouses, ranch-style houses and modern condos.
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