Build your dream home on this wooded 4.25 acre parcel (2 parcels are being sold together). Access from private easement to back parcel which has a 55x26 outbuilding w/4 stalls. Great for horses or simply storage!! Set in an unincorporated setting allows flexibility to become a gentlemen farmer or just escape to your own private piece of the world...you decide. Best of both worlds - secluded & private. close to shopping, restaurants & I-90. Build now or secure your property for your future home. A Rare find....
Electric Nearby, Gas Nearby, Septic System Required, Well-Required
Taxes & Fees
$4, 018 (2016)
This listing Lot 2 Ridge Road Dundee, Il 60118
is a land listing
with on a lot of 185,130 sqft (or 4.25 acres). Lot 2 Ridge Road is located in Dundee and in ZIP Code 60118.
It has been listed on our site since 3/26/18.
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