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A nice-sized piece of property measuring over 4 acres in size. It is mostly flat, although it has an overall downward slope toward the back of the property. The land is accessed via a paved road, with power at the street, and is tree covered. Several people are already living in the area.

  • Foreclosed
  • Property Number 8960
  • Size 4.80 Acres
  • Dimensions 188' x 528' x 544' x 727'
  • County Gadsden
  • State Florida
  • Homesite
  • Investment
  • Recreational Nearby
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Finance Terms

  • Foreclosed
  • Original price: $29,395
  • Purchase Price: $19,904.37
  • Interest Rate: 12.7%
  • Loan Term: 8 years
  • Total Monthly Payment: $367.06

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  • Cost to Bring Current: $376.25
  • Down Payment: $0.00
  • Document Fee: $0.00
  • Transfer Tax: $139.33
  • Total Due Today: $515.58

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  • Foreclosed
  • Original price: $29,395
  • Purchase Price: $19,904.37
  • Cost to Bring Current: $376.25
  • Document Fee: $0.00
  • Transfer Tax: $139.33
  • Total Due Today: $20,419.95
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Land Specifics

  • Assessor Parcel Number (APN): 3 31 2N 3W 0000 00300 2500
  • Road Access: Paved Road
  • Slope Description: Mostly Flat
  • Legal Description: OR 809 P 41 OR 445 P 1632 LOT 25 SPRING MEADOWS: COMMENCE AT THE NWC OF THE EAST HALF OF THE SE 1/4 OF SECTION 31-2N-3W AND RUN S 01 DEG 22'45" E 3198.09 FT; S 69 DEG 37'17" W 174.46 FT; S 65 DEG 40'24" W 108.60 FT; S 75 DEG 00'00" W 198.00 FT; N 61 DEG 10'33" W 462.00 FT; N 13 DEG 34'24" E 72.38 FT TO BEGIN: THENCE N 13 DEG 34' 24" E 546.17 FT; N 67 DEG 50' 29" W 104.77 FT; N 78 DEG 15'21" W 96.36 FT; N 55 DEG 48'27" W 65.92 FT; S 71 DEG 11'01" W 56.56 FT; N 58 DEG 49'04" W 103.37 FT; N 80 DEG 16'50" W 109.79 FT TO RD; SW/LY ALONG CURVE OF RD AN ARC DIST OF 189.04 FT; S 42 DEG 25'04" E 739.34 FT TO THE P.O.B.
  • Dimensions: 188' x 528' x 544' x 727'
  • Zoning: Agricultural
  • Zoning Code: Agricultural-2
  • Zoning Definition: Agricultural-2: Single-Family dwellings and Multi-Family dwellings permitted. All agricultural activities may be allowed, including silviculture land uses. Limited residential may be allowed, provided gross density requirements are maintained. Minimum Lot size for Ag-2 Zoning is 5 acres if lot is un-clustered or 4 acres if lot is clustered. 50% of the lot is required to be open space. Property setbacks: Front 35 feet, Side street 20 feet, Side Interior 10 feet, Rear 10 feet.

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