This is What $369,900 Buys You

For almost $370K, you could purchase one of three comparably-priced homes in Batavia, Geneva or St. Charles. This should help you decide.

1. 100 Sauk Drive, Batavia: Priced at $369,900, according to listings.

This is a five-bedroom, four-bathroom home. Built in 1996, this single-family home is 3,000 sq. ft.

This home includes a multi-car garage and Route 25 is just a short drive away. The front porch spans the length of the house and features plenty of windows for ample sunlight. The home has plenty of space for storage.

Realtor source/information: John Wanda, Century 21 Pro-Team

2. 201 Woodward Ave., Geneva: Priced at $369,900, according to listings.

This is a four-bedroom, four-bathroom home. Built in 1954, this New Traditional-style home is 2,562 sq. ft.

The home is next to Good Templar Park on a quiet, wooded street. It has a gourmet kitchen with granite counters, stainless steel appliances and custom maple cabinets.

The master suite has a fireplace and laundry is also located on the second floor. The attic is accessible with pull-down stairs.

Realtor source/information: Corinne Sciacqua, Coldwell Banker

3. 36W085 Crane Road, St. Charles: Priced at $369,000, according to listings.

This is a four-bedroom, three-bathroom home. Built in 1962, this Colonial-style home is 3,314 sq. ft.

The house sits on 2.5 acres west of Route 31 in the northern part of the city. All of the bedrooms have hardwood floors, with a first-floor master option. The master bedroom has four closets in all.

The house does need updating and decorating to bring it up to date. It's being sold as is.

Realtor source/information: Kettley & Company Realtors, 630-584-7000

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Out of these three homes, which one would you buy? Tell us your choice in the comments below. Those selling homes can use Patch to help spread the word.

JuleS November 03, 2012 at 04:07 AM
Is this an ad?
Private User January 23, 2013 at 09:15 PM
Why.... are you thinking about moving out of your public housing apartment?? Call them on your Obamaphone and see what they will accept!


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