This is an incredible opportunity to build two residences next to each other on a highly desirable neighborhood street. Village of Wilmette just approved the subdivision of 100' X 121.95' lot into two lots that are 50' X 121.95 each. List price is $1,200,000 for the two lots. Preliminary Zoning from Village for FAR for each residence is 2,916.77 square feet plus 440 square feet for garage bonus plus 72.59 square feet for porch bonus. Total permitted is 3,429 square feet. There is an existing house on the property that could be renovated and a new house could be built on the eastern 50 feet.
This listing 2133 Greenwood Avenue Wilmette, Il 60091
is a land listing
with on a lot of 12,197 sqft (or 0.28 acres). 2133 Greenwood Avenue is located in Wilmette and in ZIP Code 60091.
It has been listed on our site since 10/9/18.
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The Village of Wilmette is a “North Shore” town located on the scenic shores of Lake Michigan. It’s recognized as a family-oriented community that values children and education very highly. Many families move here specifically to take advantage of the excellent public and private elementary schools, including top-ranked New Trier High School.
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