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Waterfront Property for sale in Whiteside County Illinois

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$1,149,350 229.87 acres
Ferry Rd. at Ropp Rd., Hillsdale, IL 61257 - Whiteside County

Whiteside Co., IL - 229.87 Ac. (100-0127-1)

229.87 acres, m/l, located 3 miles south of Hillsdale along the Rock River on the north edge of property. Farm is west of Ferry Road and north of Ropp Rd., with an access easement to the SE corner of the farm via Ropp Rod (See brochure for aerial map). This large, contiguous tract of land is over 90% tillable with 210.14 FSA crop acres and a P.I. of 123.2. Open lease for 2019.
Doug Hensley Hertz Real Estate Services
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$109,900 2 acres 1 Bed | 2 Baths | 1 ½ Bath | 960 sqft
616 1st Street East, Lyndon, IL 61261 - Whiteside County

2 acres Lyndon, IL

300' of frontage on the Rock River with great fishing. 40x24 Dutch barn style residence with living quarters on the 2nd floor and a 27x12 deck with river views. Huge insulated and heated garage/workshop with half bath. Furnace 2015 and roof 2010. The 2 acres includes a separate buildable lot.
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$626,400 116 acres
000 Genesee Road, Sterling, IL 61081 - Whiteside County

116 acres Sterling, IL

116 acres M/L and subject to survey. This parcel offers a combination of tillable ground (approx. 56 acres MOL), wooded land, and the spring fed Buffalo Creek flows through the property providing year around water as well. This would make a great location to build your dream home with rental income and hunting opportunities as well. Possession subject to tenant's 2019 lease rights. $5,400 per surveyed acre.
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$29,500 1.24 acres
TBD Lyndon Road, Prophetstown, IL 61277 - Whiteside County

1.24 acres Prophetstown, IL

Great potential! Enjoy the outdoors and great fishing! The property is in a "Flood Way". To find out if it is buildable the application that is attached to the MLS would need to be sent in to the Whiteside County Zoning Department, Attention Heather Lindstrom. Quite often the buildings need to be 2 feet above the flood level and they can tell you how the building needs to be positioned on the lot.