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This is What $75,000 Buys You

For about $75,000, you could purchase a home in Chicago Heights or one in Homewood. Do you look the look of one over the other? Why?

1. 305 W. 8th St., Chicago Heights. Asking price: $75,000, according to realtor listings.

This is a three-bedroom home that features a patio and a fenced yard. It has two bathrooms and 1,900 square feet of living space. The home was built in 1953.

The home has a kitchen/family room addition with a fireplace, skylights and a cathedral ceiling. It comes with hardwood floors, hickory cabinets and a Palladium window. The home has a finished basement with a bathroom. The master bedroom measures 14x10.

The home sits on a lot that is 65x132. It comes equipped with a two-car garage.

2. 1923 W. 187th St., Homewood. Asking price: $69,900, according to realtor listings.

This is a two-bedroom ranch-style home that sits on a one-half acre lot. It has one bathroom and 1,478 square feet of living space. The home was built in 1949.

The home features a large living room, eat-in kitchen and a family room that overlooks the back yard. The master bedroom measures 14x11. The home has a full basement, a patio and a one-car garage.

The home sits on a lot that measures 64x298.

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

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