This new 2,800-square-foot, four-bedroom home at 6284 Oxnard St. in Richton Park is being marketed to raise funds for the Disabled Patriot Fund. Realtor Barb Bailey of RE/MAX 2000 has waived her commission on this $379,900 house, Mill Creek Development donated the lot and more than 40 subcontractors provided all the materials and labor to build the house at no charge.
The house is in Las Fuentes, a 156-acre development that is among the new communities in the south suburbs. Las Fuentes is located on the western edge of Richton Park, west of I-57 near the intersection of Sauk Trail and Ridgeland Avenue. The streetscapes of Las Fuentes feature parkways and island parks, a series of ponds aerated by fountains and an extensive bikeway system. Approximately 260 homes are planned, with 100 homes currently being built as part of the first phase of development.
The home is known as the Cortland, and will be ready for occupancy within 30 days. It features a spacious master suite, a vaulted great room, a full basement and a two-car attached garage. There are four bedrooms and two bathrooms upstairs, while the main level includes the living and dining rooms, great room, office/den, kitchen and breakfast room, laundry room and an expansive foyer.
For more information, call Barb Bailey of
RE/MAX 2000 at 708.367.4325 or e-mail her at [email protected]
6284 OXNARD ST.
Location-6284 Oxnard St., Richton Park
Number of Units-1
Delivery Date-30 days
Co-op-4% + $2,500 bonus
Architect-Duane Linden and Scott Shalvis
Developer-Mill Creek Development