1405 Lamb Road, WOODSTOCK IL 60098 Photo 1
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1405 Lamb Road - 7.68 acres zoned Industrial in Unincorporated McHenry County. There is a 5,000 sq. ft. metal Quonset hut on the property. The back 4.7 acres is currently rented cropland. There is plenty of space for outside storage. Also available for lease for $3,700/month. Also PIN 07-25-400-016

Listing information

  • MLS® ID: 09695084
  • Status: Active
  • New Construction: No
  • Lot Size: 261X321X60X784X312X1172
  • Style: Industrial/Manufacturing
  • Stories: 1
  • Foreclosure: No
  • Estimated Annual Taxes: $4,647
  • Year Built: 1940
  • Parking Type Description: Open 0 cars
  • Lot Area: 7.68
  • County: Mc Henry

Features

Air Conditioning None
Approximate Age 36-50 Years
Backup Info Aerial Map, Appraisal, Backup Package, Soil Map, Tax Bill, Topographic Maps
Built Before 1978 (Y/N) Yes
Construction Steel
Electrical Service 201-600 Amps, Circuit Breakers
Exterior Building Type Steel Siding
Extra Storage Spaces Available (Y/N) Yes
Fire Protection None
Franchisor Feed(y/n) No
Frontage/Access County Road, Township Road
Geographic Locale Northwest Suburban
Heat/Ventilation None
Information None
Investment (Y/N) No
Location Industrial Area/Campus, Mixed Use Area
Other # Of Drive In Doors - 1, # Of TL Docks - 0, Approx Total Bldg Sq Ft - 5094, Ceiling Hgt Max Ft - 20, Ceiling Hgt Max In - 0, Ceiling Hgt Min Ft - 0, Ceiling Hgt Min In - 0, Estimated Tax/Sf - 0, Gross Rental Income $ - 0, Monthly Rental Price - 3700, Net Oper Income $ - 0, Tax Year - 2016, Total Annual Exp - 0, Total Annual Income - 0, Township - Greenwood, Zoning Type - Indus
Outdoor Parking Open, Truck Parking
Ownership Type Sole Proprietor
Possession Closing
Potential Use Industrial/Mfg
Property Offered For Sale or Rent
Property Type Industrial
Roof Coverings Metal
Sale Terms Land/Lease, Negotiable
Tenant Pays Electric, Scavenger
Unincorporated (Y/N) Yes
Utilities To Site Electric to Site
Listing Courtesy of Re/Max Suburban