26419 North Farwell Road, Mettawa, IL 60045
Sold For: $263,750Closed
- Land and Lot
- MLS# 07734907
- Sold For: $263,750
- Listed: 02/18/11 (973 Days on Market)
- Sold: 11/08/13
- Size: 1.0-1.99 Acres
- Dimensions: 133X251X212X254
- Current Use: Residential-Single Family
- Building On Land: No
- Front Footage: 133
- Zoning: PUD
- Waterfront: No
- Subdivision: DEERPATH FARM
Extraordinary-1 Ac Lot overlooking 140 ac. of Open Lands! Live among towering trees, restored wetlands & an array of wildlife-escape your daily routine simply by going home! Deerpath Farm is a fabulous conservation community w/landscapes & houses which are honest & in tune w/nature. Designs available or use own architect/builder! Much more than a neighborhood - it's a lifestyle!
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