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Land for sale including Commercial Property in Jersey County Illinois

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$1,350,360 15.5 acres
Brighton, IL 62012 - Jersey County

TBD State Highway 111

This property is located .8 miles from the center of Brighton, 4.5 miles(5 minutes) from Interstate 255 and only 5 miles from the Godfrey Business District. Located within the Village of Brighton. Daily traffic count is projected to be 9700 in 2018. The property is located adjacent to an existing and developing residential subdivision. THIS PROPERTY IS PRICED AT $2.00 PER SQUARE FOOT AND SELLER IS WILLING TO DIVIDE. Deed restrictions and covenants will be recorded at the time of closing. This sale contingent upon seller and Village of Brighton approval. Great location for office buildings, outdoor shopping and entertainment, and restaurants.
Nicholas Cain Tarrant & Harman
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$695,000 2.2 acres
1500 West Main St., Grafton, IL 62037 - Jersey County

Fin Inn Resturant and Property

This is an established, one-of-a-kind, turn-key, restaurant business. The original Fin Inn Restaurant opened May 8, 1981. It's founder, after almost forty years working as a commercial fisherman, gathered local limestone and creek rock from local waterways and built the Fin Inn. Every stone in the building was laid by him. Today, the second generation continue their father's legacy - offering seating for 125 guests, four 2,000 gallon tanks and table-side viewing at 21 tables and a wonderful menu. The aquariums have many types of fish native to the Mississippi River. They also feature different species of turtles, including Loggerheads, the largest weighing well over 100 pounds and over 100 years old. There is also a nice gift shop located j
Tommy Ruyle Tarrant & Harman
$695,000 2.2 acres
1500 West Main St., Grafton, IL 62037 - Jersey County

2.2 acres Grafton, IL

This is an established, one-of-a-kind, turn-key, restaurant business. The original Fin Inn Restaurant opened May 8, 1981. It's founder, after almost forty years working as a commercial fisherman, gathered local limestone and creek rock from local waterways and built the Fin Inn. Every stone in the building was laid by him. Today, the second generation continue their father's legacy - offering seating for 125 guests, four 2,000 gallon tanks and table-side viewing at 21 tables and a wonderful menu. The aquariums have many types of fish native to the Mississippi River. They also feature different species of turtles, including Loggerheads, the largest weighing well over 100 pounds and over 100 years old. There is also a nice gift shop located j