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Owner will finance! 5 acres in the heart of Samsula!
5 acres - owner will finance! Samsula! New Smyrna Beach! Build your dream home on this rural country lot! Ideal location, close to I-95, I-4, and 417 which is perfect for those who commute to their jobs daily. Nice location for boaters, near Lake Ashby. Bring the horses and other animals! Zoned RA (Rural Agriculture Estate) which allows for a single family home or manufactured home. (Note: these uses were obtained from Municode using the RA Rural Agriculture Estate Classification under permitted principal uses and structures. Please verify with County to ensure intended use is allowed). Listing is comprised of two Volusia County parcel identification numbers: 8201-01-06-0510 and 8201-01-06-0520 totaling 5 acres. Call Brandon Logan (386) 547-2844 or visit www.SamsulaRealEstate.com Offered by Monahan & Associates Real Estate
Status:Available
Property Type:Land
Category:Residential
Lot Size:5 Acres
County:Volusia
Country:United States of America
Price:$ 42,000
Location:New smyrna beach, FL 32168
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