Your Oasis Awaits at Crystal Tree

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Real Estate Agent with 55Places.com

The community of Crystal Tree can be found in beautiful Orland Park, Illinois. Homes in this neighborhood include both attached homes as well as single-family homes and are usually built in the traditional or prairie style. Constructed between 1988 and 1995, these residences feature two to six bedrooms and two to five bathrooms. Properties here come in an array of sizes, from 1,520 to 8,100 square feet in living space. Prices of units for sale in Crystal Tree typically range from $248,000 to $549,000. Amidst the beautiful homes sits this community's clubhouse, the hub for neighbors to socialize. Out back, residents can play a game of tennis on the well-kept courts. There are also a number of parks and playgrounds nearby, making this neighborhood perfect for families.

Crystal Tree has a wide variety of designs to offer buyers, making it easy to find the perfect home for you. Attached homes are most common here, but there are also plenty of single-family options available for those in need of more space. Most homes in the area include finished basements. Homesites are about a quarter acre in size, leaving ample space for a yard. 13 homes are presently listed for sale in Crystal Tree.

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Congratulations and best of luck to you on your listing!  Hope it sells quick and for full price!

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