Need a place for your dream home! THE BEST LOT VALUE on the north side of Naperville- FULLY IMPROVED! 1023 E. Bauer. Wooded and private, it measures from the front 74 x 235 x 72 x 218. FULLY IMPROVED WITH CITY SEWER & WATER & incorporated into the City of Naperville & IS in the highly acclaimed Naperville District 203 school system. Rare chance in north Naperville to design your home from the start. Less than 5 minutes from the train, schools, shopping, downtown and I-88. Both 1023 E. Bauer and 1027 E. Bauer Rd. (next to each other) are available to be built on and fully improved and ready to go- you choose your own Builder! NOTE the drone photo shown does NOT correctly identify the size of the lots. 1027 E. Bauer extends east past the existing driveway you see in the photo. The photo you see divided is actually this property's (1023 E. Bauer) proper dimensions. Pick your builder!
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Naperville is regularly named to Money magazine’s list of “Best Small Cities to Live In” and was recently ranked in Fortune’s “Best Places to Live and Launch a Business.” It was dubbed the nation’s best place to raise children by the U.S. Census Bureau in 2000, and a Top 10 place to retire by AARP. So what gives?
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