One of a kind custom estate home in gated Falling Water. Incredible quality, amazing details such as a Da Vince slate roof, Amazonian cherry floors and Vantage Smart Home lighting. Picturesque living & dining rooms with radiant heated Italian travertine floors, a kitchen that won't disappoint with high end appliances and walk in pantry. You'll find a library, den and a two story family room with imported limestone fireplace. The main level bedroom suite completes the first floor. The second floor houses 4 bedroom suites and loft space overlooking the first floor. Don't like stairs? No worry, the elevator services all four levels. The lower level will amaze your guests with its wine cellar, 2nd kitchen, fireplace, media room and rec room space. Truly a statement home.
This listing 9600 Pacific Court Burr Ridge, Il 60527
is a detached single listing
with 7 full baths, 2 half baths, 7 bedrooms . 9600 Pacific Court was built in 2007. 9600 Pacific Court is located in Burr Ridge and in ZIP Code 60527.
It has been listed on our site since 4/5/16.
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