Rural Paradise on 17 acres. This unique home has a 24x36 horse barn. 2-story (8x18) foyer, Butler and walk-in pantry. Main floor laundry. Stunning hardwood floors. Living room features vaulted ceiling and wood-burning fireplace. Jack and Jill bedrooms on second level. Great overlook from upstairs hall to Living room below. Anderson windows. Custom John Martin Cabinets throughout. 6 panel oak doors. Kitchen has breakfast area for table and bar area for stools (also a bay window). Master bathroom (9x15) with double sinks, jet tub, separate shower and 10x4 walk-in closet. Lower level has spacious family room, den and walk-out to back yard. List of additional features under associated docs.
This listing 21253 Lincoln Road Sterling, Il 61081
is a detached single listing
with 3 full baths, 2 half baths, 4 bedrooms and approximately 3,350 square feet on a lot of 743,134 sqft (or 17.06 acres). 21253 Lincoln Road was built in 2004. 21253 Lincoln Road is located in Sterling and in ZIP Code 61081.
It has been listed on our site since 4/11/16.
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