This luxury estate in desirable Hunter Trails subdivision will take your breath away. Exclusive private gated community that offers complete privacy. Pool, hot tub, basketball court, tennis court and an indoor putting green. Private gym, sauna, main floor laundry room as well as one on the second floor, full finished basement with a game room. This estate comes completely furnished and is ready to move right in! It's truly a one of a kind estate for only the finest of taste!
This listing 707 Deer Trail Lane Oak Brook, Il 60523
is a detached single listing
with 6 full baths, 2 half baths, 6 bedrooms and approximately 10,575 square feet on a lot of 66,647 sqft (or 1.53 acres). 707 Deer Trail Lane was built in 2000. 707 Deer Trail Lane is located in Oak Brook and in ZIP Code 60523.
It has been listed on our site since 5/10/17.
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Oak Brook is a premier community offering some of the most luxurious homes, entertainment attractions, and dining destinations in the west suburbs. Oak Brook’s luxurious mansions, Provencal homes, and English Tudor estates are nestled along the beautiful Fullersburg Woods . Families enjoy the peace of quiet neighborhoods, gated communities, and private cul-de-sacs. Bachelors and you...
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