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Residential Land For Sale In Seminole FL
Dated: April 27 2017
Build The Home of Your Dreams, Just Minutes from the White, Sandy Shores of Redington Beach, Madeira Beach and Indian Rocks Beach!
1.3 Acres of RESIDENTIAL ZONED land offered in the HIGHLY SOUGHT AFTER City of Seminole.
Plenty of privacy on this beautiful, partially wooded CORNER LOT with a BUFFER BERM across the front to help reduce any noise from neighboring homes and streets.
Imagine your BRAND NEW home being built in this desirable area, featuring a mother-in-law suite or a pool in the LARGE SPACE that would surround a structure.
Additionally for equestrian enthusiasts, you are permitted to build STABLES and house up to 5 horses if you wish!
Surrounding homes have sold for over $600,000! With limited amounts of residential vacant land left in Pinellas County, you could start building a BRAND NEW house today. Minutes to the new Seminole City Center, Publix, Seminole Schools, and best of all the BEACHES!
Enjoy the beach life without the flood insurance, as this is located in Zone X, but within biking distance to the nearby public beaches! WATER, SEWER AND ELECTRIC ARE ALREADY IN PLACE ON THIS 166’ X 341’ LOT LEAVING NOTHING LEFT TO DO BUT BUILD!
Offered at $325,000
For More Details, Please Call Us Directly at 727-400-3315 or Email Us at Properties@SandysOffice.com
Andrea is the Managing Partner of The Sandy Hartmann Group. Andrea was born and raised in the Tampa Bay area and is a licensed Realtor with over 15 years of Marketing and Finance experience, holding ....
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