Active MLS# 24038552

406 Stephen Avenue, Greenville, IL 62246

Subdivision: Hocketts Add

List Price: $119,900






Area (sq.ft)



1 Story



Stop in and see this adorable Greenville home looking for a new owner. New flooring, lighting and fresh paint throughout. White cabinetry, subway tile backsplash and granite countertops are featured in the kitchen and a fully updated bathroom. So much to see with this 1 story charmer. Offering tons of space for storage! 1 car carport has your covered parking needs covered! HVAC new 2023. Just minutes from Schools, Shopping, Park and Dining, close to I-70 for great commuting! Do not miss this opportunity! Call for an appointment today! This is a Fannie Mae Property. Before making an offer Buyer and/or buyer agent should verify all MLS data.

Property Information

List Price $ 119,900
Original Price $ 127,000
Status Active
MLS# 24038552
Bedrooms 1
Full baths 1
Half baths 0
Main Floor Full Baths 1
Sq. Ft. Above 1,164
Lot Size
Acres 0
Subdivision Hocketts Add
School District BOND DIST 2
County Bond-IL
Property Type Residential
Style 1 Story
Style Description Bungalow / Cottage
Transaction Type Sale
Special Conditions No Exemptions,In Foreclosure
Building Exterior Amenities
Building Style
Ownership Bank
Special Description No Exemptions,In Foreclosure
Appliances Some Dishwasher,Microwave,Range
Available Date Sep 19, 2022
Disclosures Unknown,Sellers Discl Not Av
Age 124
Sewer Main Size Public Sewer
Water Main Size Public
Conditions Unknown,Sellers Discl Not Av
Buyer's Agent Commission
Buyer Agent: 2.50%

Additional Information

Elementary School BOND DIST 2
Jr. High School BOND DIST 2
Sr. High School Greenville
Association Fee None
Construction Vinyl Siding
Garage Spaces 0
Carport Spaces 1
Basement Description Unfinished
Fireplace Type
Fireplace Location
Lot Dimensions 6006 sq ft
Special Areas
Cooling Electric
Sewer Public Sewer Sewer
Heating Forced Air
Water Public
Heat Source Gas
Appliances Dishwasher,Microwave,Range
Interior Decor
Property Tax $1,933

Map Location

Listing Courtesy of John Blasingame - [email protected]