Old Dixie Highway

Grant, FL 32949

Price: $40,000

0

Square Foot

N/A

Total Sq. Ft.

N/A

Bedrooms

0.00

Full Baths

N/A

½ Baths

N/A

Pool

No

Waterfront

N/A

Year Built

MLS # 771268


Type: Residential

List Date: 12-16-2016

Homestead: N/A

Zoning: GU


Property Description:

2.11 acre build-able lot, perfect spot to build your dream home. Zoned GU (general use). Wetland and endangered species report available. Located close to the Indian River Lagoon, the Habitate Championship Golf course, Valkaria Airport (serves sm general aviation aircraft), Sebastian Inlet, and home of the famous Grant Seafood Festival. Conveniently located to US 1, I-95 and the beaches. Grant is 27 square files and the population is roughly 3, 982, according to the United States Census. A nice small town and a great place to live.

Exterior Features

N/A

Interior Features:

N/A

Equipment / Appliances:

N/A

Utilities:

Electricity Connected, Telephone

Property Details


Street Name:

County:

Brevard

Listing Status:

Closed

Home Style:

County Road

Tax Year:

2016

Waterfront:

No

Zip Code:

Subdivision:

SOUTH GRANT

Tax Amount:

$427

Gated Community:

No

55+ Community:

No

HOA:

None

HOA Dues:

$0.00

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Old Dixie Highway Grant, FL 32949

This listing is courtesy of CENTURY 21 Baytree Realty.

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