1. 1338 Franklin Ave., River Forest: Priced at $875,000, according to listings.
This is a four-bedroom, three-bathroom, 3,060 square-foot single family house built in 1954.
The house has a finished basement and a commercial grade roof. It also has secret walls that reveal a bar in the family room. Additionally, the home has floor-to-ceiling windows and imperial coffee granite counter tops in the kitchen, as well as an in-ground pool in the backyard.
Realtor source/information: Susan Maienza, Gagliardo Realty.
2. 426 Forest Ave., Oak Park: Priced at $865,000, according to listings.
This is a five-bedroom, four-bathrom, 3,000 square-foot single family house built in 1897.
The Queene Anne Victorian home, designed by architect E.E. Roberts in 1897, has an additional 1,500 square feet in the attic and garage, which has an unfinished second story. The home has hardwood floors, a large living room, 13-foot ceilings, a brand new gourmet kitchen and laundry in the basement.
Realtor source/information: Michael Berg
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