Construction has started at Sagebrook, a new community in St. Charles school district 303. Gorgeous Betony floor plan will delight! Photos of a model built previously in another K. Hovnanian community. Kitchen opens to a dining area and has 42 inch birch cabinets, a walk in pantry and hardwood floors. Family room opens to the formal dining and living rooms. Master suite with large bath and huge walk in closet. Beautiful 2nd floor loft and roomy laundry room. Pricing includes incentive for using Builder's lender or paying with cash. Other plans & sites available. Quality builder! Fantastic location.
This listing 3 Sagebrook Drive South Elgin, Il 60177
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms and approximately 2,638 square feet. 3 Sagebrook Drive was built in 2018. 3 Sagebrook Drive is located in South Elgin and in ZIP Code 60177.
It has been listed on our site since 10/4/17.
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The Village of South Elgin is a close knit community rich in history and natural beauty. South Elgin is a village that is easily accessible, but tucked away far enough to be free of busy highways. South Elgin residents enjoy a high standard of living, a healthy park system, and friendly gathering places.
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