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$1,170.00

0.35 acres | Residential Zoning

This parcel is a beautiful, rural property off a dirt road, approximately 345 feet from Goose Egg Lake. Approximately twenty-five minutes from Lake Michigan, enjoy this gorgeous landscape of the Dalton Township.

Land Specifics

Property Number 9295
Size 0.35 acres
Dimensions 149.45' x 100.69' x 149.2' x 100.56'
Road Access Dirt Road
Slope Description Mostly Flat
Zoning Residential
Zoning Code R1 (Single Family Residential)
Zoning Definition

R1 (Single Family Residential):
A single detached family dwelling is allowed. Minimum lot width to be 150ft in order to build. Building height must not exceed 35ft.

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Location

County Muskegon
State Michigan
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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 07 712 006 0001 00
Estimated Annual Taxes $14.06
Legal Description

DALTON TOWNSHIP D-1090 PUTNAMS 2ND ADDN TO GOOSE EGG LAKE RESORT LOTS 1-6 INC BLK 6 SEC 3 T11N R16W

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