"Double Diamond" a premier Custom Home Builder will sell you this lot or Built-to-suit, This Prestigious subdivision of Henneberry Woods in Oswego offers the secluded, serene area with Parks, Pathways and Ponds, have everyone bring their fishing pools, Lots of open space and custom high quality homes, close to dining and shopping! See attached video of one of the existing custom homes.
Clubhouse, Garbage Removal, Lighting/Exterior, Pond/Lake, Sidewalks, Snow Removal, Water Rights
Electric to Site, Gas to Site, Septic System Required, Well-Private, Well-Required
Taxes & Fees
$1, 798 (2017)
This listing Lot 39 Wa-Kee-Sha Court Oswego, Il 60543
is a land listing
with on a lot of 32,670 sqft (or 0.75 acres). Lot 39 Wa-kee-sha Court is located in Oswego and in ZIP Code 60543.
It has been listed on our site since 2/24/18.
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The community of Oswego provides a great, safe, and welcoming neighborhood for growing families and a quiet place to grow into retirement.
The neighborhood is full of beautiful and newly built homes that provide comfort and style as well as plenty of space to grow and change. Oswego is located in the midst of the western suburbs and near the exciting downtown life of Aurora.
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