1932 Spanish Colonial Revival in Park Ridge, IL

With unusual arched entry and skintled brick surfaces, this 1932 Spanish Colonial Revival is a distant cousin of the Alamo.

With unusual arched entry and skintled brick surfaces, this 1932 Spanish Colonial Revival is a distant cousin of the Alamo. The interior has a sleek Streamline feel, with beamed vaulted ceilings, mahogany tongue-and-groove paneling, and a stainless-steel kitchen with vintage appliances.

Location: PARK RIDGE, IL

Price: $735,000

Contact: Yvonne Despinich, @properties.com atproperties.com


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