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  • This ranch home in Lake Zurich is near the 42-acre Forest Lake.

      This ranch home in Lake Zurich is near the 42-acre Forest Lake.

  • This home, built in 1985, is well maintained, updated and decorated in neutral colors. All appliances are included in the price.

      This home, built in 1985, is well maintained, updated and decorated in neutral colors. All appliances are included in the price.

 
By Jean Murphy
Daily Herald Correspondent

Live a vacation lifestyle year-round within the Forest Lake community in Lake Zurich. This 1,200-square-foot, aluminum-sided ranch with three bedrooms is ideal for singles, couples (both young and retired) and water sports enthusiasts who want a weekend getaway home.

For only $150 per year you get resident water rights to a 42-acre lake that includes a clubhouse and park and allows swimming, fishing, small boats, ice fishing and snowmobiling.

This home, built in 1985, is well maintained, updated and neutral and is absolutely move-in ready. It features a deck, a heated garage and a fenced, double lot. All appliances and window treatments are included.

Listing agent Barbara Heinzel of Prudential American Heritage in Barrington offers more details:

What is this home's hidden gem?

"The home sits on a double lot and offers a large backyard for entertaining."

What would your perfect buyer look like?

"When I think about this home, I think starting out. But besides first-time buyers, I believe that empty nesters, singles and water sports enthusiasts would all love this home and this location."

What surprises you about this house?

"The plentiful amount of activities offered within the community is happily surprising."

What is the coolest thing about living in his neighborhood?

"Residents' participation in many activities and events at Forest Lake is cool. Read more about the community at www.flcaonline.org."

What is one adjective you'd use to describe the house?

"Inviting."

Name some of the plants, flowers or trees in the yard.

"Oak and maple trees, flowering perennials and shrubs."

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