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1.01 acres | Agricultural Zoning

This just over 1-acre property does have platted access though an actual road does not exist to this property as of yet. That’s not to say that one can be built and one very likely will in the future. For now, though the property is accessed by taking Chamberlain Road to the west and then walking east about 700 feet. The property is zoned for Agricultural purposes which would allow a home to be built on the property, though a road will need to be placed prior to being able build one. Development is bound to happen in the area and at these prices you will be getting in on the ground floor of future growth. Pick up this property today while the prices are good and low!

Land Specifics

Property Number 11190
Size 1.01 acres
Dimensions 195' x 225.12'
Road Access Access Nearby
Slope Description Mostly Flat
Zoning Agricultural
Zoning Code AG (Agricultural)
Zoning Definition

AG (Agricultural): Single-Family Dwellings permitted including Mobile Homes. General Agriculture permitted. Min Lot Size: 43,560 sq. ft. (1 Acre). Minimum Lot width: 100 ft. Maximum impervious surface area 35%. Maximum building height 35 feet. Property setbacks -Front: 25 feet Rear: 10 feet Side: 10 feet Corner side: 20 feet

On Property Usage/Potential
  • Investment
Nearby Usage
  • Recreational


County Putnam
State Florida
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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 39 11 26 8231 0520 0030
Estimated Annual Taxes $110.42
Legal Description

St Johns Riverside Estates Highlands Sec Unit 2 MB5 P43 Blk 52 Lot 3 (Map Sheet 39E) in Putnam County, State of Florida.

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