Build your dream home on this gorgeous tree lined lot. This lot is very deep! With your dream home built deep an away from the road, you will be able to relax and enjoy your peaceful quiet private yard surrounded by trees. Don't miss this rare opportunity to build on a 1 acre lot in a convenient location with easy access to 53 and 294. Quiet neighborhood, walking distance to public library. Bring your dreams, plans and your own builder, or use our builder.
Electric to Site, Gas to Site, Sanitary Sewer Nearby
Taxes & Fees
$6, 596 (2015)
This listing 2932 North Schoenbeck Road Arlington Heights, Il 60004
is a land listing
with on a lot of 43,560 sqft (or 1 acres). 2932 North Schoenbeck Road is located in Arlington Heights and in ZIP Code 60004.
It has been listed on our site since 4/25/17.
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Arlington Heights is the 12th largest municipality in Illinois and the largest community in the northwest suburban corridor of Chicago. The Village provides many attractions such as the Arlington Park Racetrack, Arlington Theatres, Metropolis Performing Arts Centre, and the Mitsuwa Japanese Marketplace. Developments, shopping, and recreational areas have made Arlington Heights an attractiv...
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