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$7,697.00

2.40 acres | Not Zoned / Unclassified Zoning

This beautiful tree-covered property is located near the end of a cul-de-sac in the Indian Lakes Community. All the surrounding lots are vacant, which will offer you plenty of privacy. Roads in this community are in great condition and there is power along the road.

Land Specifics

Property Number 9764
Size 2.40 acres
Dimensions 176'x 598' x 217' x 534'
Road Access Gravel Road
Slope Description Rolling
Zoning Not Zoned / Unclassified
Zoning Code Not Zoned
Zoning Definition

Carroll County does not zone outside city limits.

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Location

County Carroll
State Tennessee
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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 154 00950
Estimated Annual Taxes $105.00
Home Owners Association Indian Lake POA
Annual HOA Dues $525.00
HOA Information

The Indian Lakes Property Owners Association provides members with access to community amenities at discounted rates. Amenities include a 68-acre lake, 2 ponds, 5 beaches and 2 tennis courts. They also maintain roads throughout the subdivision.

Legal Description

Being designated at Lot 8, Indian Lake Subdivision, Section A, as shown on the plat of same of record in Map Book 4, Page 304, Plat Cabinet B, Slide 231-A, in the Register’s Office for Carroll County, Tennessee, to which plat specific reference is hereby made for a more particular description of said lot.

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