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This is What $1 Million Buys You

For a cool $1 million, you could own a home in Frankfort or one in Orland Park. It's OK to dream, right?

1. 11871 Coquille Drive, Frankfort. Asking price: $995,000, according to realtor listings.

This is a two-story brick home that sits on a half-acre corner lot. It has five bedrooms, six bathrooms and 5,800 square feet of living space. The home was built in 2004.

The home comes with an oversized pool, fenced yard, paver patio and fire pit. It has a breakfast bar and double-oven in the kitchen, a finished basement and a six-car garage.

2. 7817 W. Emma Court, Orland Park. Asking price: $999,000, according to realtor listings.

This is a ranch-style home that sits on a half-acre lot. It has five bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and 4,600 square feet of living space. The home was built in 2012.

The home features Brazillian walnut floors, eight-foot doors and a three-story stone fireplace. It has Thermadore appliances and an island preparation station in the kitchen, a walk-out sports court/basement, a screened patio/deck and an outdoor fireplace.

Realtor listing source/information: David J. Cobb, RE/MAX All Properties.

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Laura October 23, 2012 at 01:38 AM
I'm sorry, but why would most people these days in this economy want to see what they can not have? Perhaps you you should feature property thats 60,000+ and promote good deals and helping the ecoomy for what we can afford. Will we ever learn, less is MORE!
Cheri October 24, 2012 at 02:24 PM
Laura, you took my thoughts right out of my head. Who really needed to see that ridiculous story. "Will we ever learn, less is more"? That only happens when people value themselves over their possesion. there is hope. I know and believe alot of people due.
Southside2 October 24, 2012 at 02:42 PM
Right on Cheri and Laura! The thing that get me is most of us "boomers" grew up in a house with less than 1000 square feet!
JR October 24, 2012 at 03:06 PM
Yep, my parents raised 4 kids in a little 3-bedroom bungalow back in the 1960's. We got by just fine. Life was much simpler back then and people generally seemed much happier than today.
JR October 24, 2012 at 03:10 PM
Instead of listing a couple of McMansions that few of us can afford, why not do some real investigation and try to find some homes for sale that appear to be good values and that are within reach of the average reader of this publication?

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