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0.21 acres | Residential Zoning

Freeport, Illinois is a great, older urban neighborhood an hour outside of Chicago. This well established community is full of diversity and culture. This .21 acre property has been cleared of the previous home and all trees, so it’s a bare lot ready to be developed. A few blocks from the Pecatonica River, this property is on paved roads and covered by city utilities. Looking for a place where you can borrow a cup of sugar from your next door neighbor? Look no further.

Land Specifics

Property Number 12340
Size 0.21 acres
Dimensions 120' X 75'
Road Access Paved Road
Slope Description Mostly Flat
Zoning Residential
Zoning Code R-4 (One Family Residence)
Zoning Definition

R-4 (One Family Residence):
A single family dwelling allowed per property as well as single detached or attached garage. Must follow county setbacks and easement restrictions prior to building. Must connect to public utilities when applicable.

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County Stephenson
State Illinois
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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 14 32 431 014
Estimated Annual Taxes $198.18
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Purchase Price $3,697.00
Interest Rate 9.7%
Loan Term 3 years
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