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General Information

This property is located in a beautiful location with plenty of hardwood trees. There are homes across the street and behind the property, but the lots to either side are vacant. There is power at the property line but no water or sewer in the subdivision. The road in front of this land is dirt, but the paved roads are only half a mile away. It is only about a 15 minute drive to the Gulf Coast from here.

  • Property Number 8530
  • Size 0.11 Acres
  • Dimensions 50' x 100'
  • County Wakulla
  • State Florida
  • Homesite
  • Recreational Nearby
  • Timberland
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Finance Terms

  • Purchase Price: $5,097.00
  • Interest Rate: 4.7%
  • Loan Term: 14 years 6 months
  • Total Monthly Payment: $159.26

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  • Down Payment: $149.00
  • Document Fee: $149.00
  • Transfer Tax: $35.68
  • Total Due Today: $333.68

Due Today

  • Purchase Price: $5,097.00
  • Document Fee: $149.00
  • Transfer Tax: $35.68
  • Total Due Today: $5,281.68
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Land Specifics

  • Assessor Parcel Number (APN): 00 00 035 008 07477 000
  • Road Access: Dirt Road
  • Slope Description: Mostly Flat
  • Legal Description: Lot 69, Block 17, Wakulla Gardens, as per the map or plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 1, page 39, of the Public Records of Wakulla County, Florida.
  • Dimensions: 50' x 100'
  • Zoning: Residential
  • Zoning Code: R-1 (Single-family Residential District)
  • Zoning Definition: R-1 (Single Family Residential District): Single family residence with a height not to exceed 25’ and comprise of at least 6,500 sq ft of floor space including carport. No mobile homes allowed.

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