Historic Commercial Building

422 W State Street Geneva, IL 60134

422 W State Street, Geneva, IL, 60134
422 W State Street, Geneva, IL, 60134
Property Type:
Free Standing Building
Last Verified:
May 13, 2020


  • Downtown Geneva IL
  • Stone & frame building (circa 1854)
  • First floor retail / office
  • 2nd floor 1-bedroom apartment
  • Opportunity to "live above the store"
  • Close to Third Street shopping district
  • Walk to courthouse, Metra train, etc


Converted historic home (circa 1854). The front part of the building is constructed of native limestone. The rear portion is frame. B2 zoning allows retail, office or residential uses.

The first floor was most recently an antique store. The second floor is a one-bedroom apartment with a mo-mo rental. The detached three-car garage is leased to the neighboring retail business. State St (Rt 38) visibility and signage. Private landscaped rear yard. Long driveway plus rear gravel area for parking. 2019 Taxes: $11,969.

In Geneva IL, an upscale, far western suburb of Chicago. Downtown Geneva is one of the principal retail centers in the region. State St (IL Rt 38) is a primary east-west corridor and the main street through town.

Next door to Bien Trucha restaurant and Scentimental Gardens (SG Geneva). Near Third Street historic shopping district and Kane County courthouse. Walk to Metra train station, restaurants and many boutique shops. Strong demographics. Daily traffic counts of 29,000 (per CoStar 2015).

Year Built: 1854
Building Size: 2724.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.0 acres

Map of 422 W State Street, Geneva, IL, 60134

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