3.54 acres land with 3,300 sf outbuilding on Rand Rd. Across from new Whole Foods center. Access to Rand Rd. both directions. Current tenants/storage generate approx. $10,000/month in rental income. Zoned GC-General Commercial, ideal for retail or office. Owner will consider land contract! Owner working on being annexed to Deer Park. Fantastic traffic on Rand Rd. Dont miss this ooportunity, call today!
Electric to Site, Gas to Site, Septic-Private, Well-Private
Taxes & Fees
$21, 120 (2016)
This listing 20270 North Rand Road Palatine, Il 60074
is a land listing
with on a lot of 154,202 sqft (or 3.54 acres). 20270 North Rand Road is located in Palatine and in ZIP Code 60074.
It has been listed on our site since 3/20/17.
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