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0.22 acres | Residential Zoning

This property on SE 143rd Place is between the towns of Belleview and Marion Oaks. This neighborhood is still growing with new homes near as well as some older established homes. The residential zoning on this lot allows for single family dwellings, including manufactured homes. Camellia Lake is practically in your backyard at less than 1 mile away. You will find an abundance of things to do in nearby Ocala, which is about a 20-minute drive North.

Land Specifics

Property Number 8847
Size 0.22 acres
Dimensions 75' x 130'
Road Access Dirt Road
Slope Description Mostly Flat
Zoning Residential
Zoning Code R-1 (Single-Family Residential)
Zoning Definition

R-1 (Single-Family Residential): Single-Family dwellings allowed including manufactured homes. The minimum front setback for buildings or structures shall be 25 feet. The minimum side setback for buildings or structures shall be eight feet. The minimum rear setback for main buildings shall be 25 feet and for accessory buildings shall be eight feet.

On Property Usage/Potential
  • Homesite
  • Investment
Nearby Usage
  • Recreational


County Marion
State Florida
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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 4217 201 021
Estimated Annual Taxes $106.16
Legal Description

SEC 15 TWP 17 RGE 22 Plat Book G Page 021 Belleview Heights Estates Unit 17 Block 201 Lots 21, 22 and 23 in Marion County, State of Florida.

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