Prime 11.6 acres , formerly in the Village of Silver Lake, now incorporated into Village of Salem Lakes. SEWER is nearby. Currently zoned Agricultural -2 and Conservancy-1 (some beautiful wetlands), this property can be considered for residential use as H& B. Road frontage on both Hwy B AND Hwy AH. One of the last remaining parcels from the Rebicek farm.See "documents" for more detail regarding the location/specs on sewer system AND remaining sewer assessment and tax bill for breakdown of tax, and assessments. . Land has been leased over the years with the most recent season crop (corn) removed. Immediate area is home to 9 inland lakes(Silver,Center,Camp,Cross, Voltz, Montgomery,Hooker,Shangri-la, and Rock), Fox River,Vail/Wilmot ski hills, huge Park system. Close proximity to Illinois.
Electric Nearby, Gas Nearby, Sanitary Sewer Nearby, Well-Required
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This listing 98 296th Avenue Silver Lake, Wi 53170
is a land listing
with on a lot of 505,296 sqft (or 11.6 acres). 98 296th Avenue is located in Silver Lake and in ZIP Code 53170.
It has been listed on our site since 11/20/17.
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