132 West Stout Street, Rice Lake, WI 54868
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132 West Stout Street, Rice Lake, WI 54868




  • Lots for Sale
  • Status: Sold
  • Estimated Age: Not Available
  • Square Feet: 0
  • Est. Acreage: 0.2
  • Est. Lot Size: 132 x 66 x
  • School District: Rice Lake
  • County: Barron
  • MLS#: 1561445
  • Listing Company: Keller Williams Realty Diversified Chetek

Property Description

132 West Stout Street, Rice Lake, WI 54868 - Looking For An Affordable Building Spot In The City Of Rice Lake? This Could Be A Great Opportunity. Located Only Blocks From Main Street And The Conveniences Of Downtown. Build Your New Home With All The Perks Of Living In The City, Like City Sewer And Water, High Speed Internet And Cable. Don?t Miss Out On This Value Option In The City Of Rice Lake.

  • Additional features

    Interior Features

    • Water Waste: Municipal Water, Sewer Laterals to Lot

    Building and Construction

    • Construction Type: E

    Land Features

    • Topography: Level
    • Zoning: Residential
    • Waterfront/Access: N
    • Lot Description: 132 x 66 x
  • Property History
    MLS Number New Status Previous Status Activity Date New List Price Previous List Price Sold Price DOM
    1561445 Sold Active Jul 5 2022 5:09PM $15,000 134
    1561445 Jun 13 2022 5:09PM $15,000 $17,000 134
    1561445 Active Feb 11 2022 1:09PM $17,000 134
    1533564 Sold Active Nov 15 2019 11:29AM $10,500 96
    1533564 Active Jul 12 2019 9:29PM $17,500 96
  • Schools
  • Demographics
  • Market Conditions

Buyer understands that the information which is contained on Data pages is obtained from a number of different sources and which has not been independently verified or confirmed by the various real estate brokers and agents who have been and are involved in this transaction. If any particular measurement or data element is important or material to buyer, Buyer assumes all responsibility and liability to research, verify and confirm said data element and measurement. REALTOR *MLS* Equal Housing Opportunity

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