3.75 Acres in Alford, FL next to Lake Compass - Unrestricted Land - Similar Lots are selling for - BUY For We sell real estate at discount wholesale prices.
These 3.75 Acres of Jackson County land can be yours today for only restrictions. Allows Mobile Homes, Modular Homes, Tiny Houses, and Horses.
Equestrian lover's dream. This 3.5 acre property is perfectly set up for horse owners.
Build your dream home out in the country on these 3.5 acres. Enjoy the Lake Life in this picturesque area, just minutes away from Lake Compass, and Round Lake. Nestled in the natural beauty of northern Florida; conveniently located to pristine beaches, golf courses, and shopping - all at wonderfully affordable pricing. This is the 'not yet discovered' Florida.
This large property, located on Wood Ave is flat, and wooded-the perfect blank canvas to build your dream home or set a mobile home. The quiet, tree-lined street boasts quaint homes with plenty of space between neighbors.
There are no restrictions. Build your dream home with plenty of land for privacy or buy as an investment property. You can also bring your mobile home, modular home and even put your tiny house on the parcel. It's a fantastic place to be to build your home or as a weekend getaway. Don't wait, this incredible property will go fast - text or call now.
Located west on Hwy 231 between Alford and Fountain. Conveniently located with direct access to Hwy 231, only 24 minutes to Chipley, 21 minutes to Marianna, and 45 minutes to either Dothan or Panama City.
Alford is a charming location and just 44 miles away from Panama City. Only 1.3 miles from Hwy 231, 10 miles from a Cottondale Elementary School. This piece of property is just waiting for someone to make their dreams a reality.
Close to all the benefits of Lake Living: Boating, Fishing, Hiking and s within driving distance to many beautiful state and local parks and R.V. sites.
Lifestyle and recreation opportunities are rich in this area - away from the chaos of city life, but still close to all of its conveniences.
Buyer is responsible for verifying all information with the County as to what can and can't be done with the property. Buyer will need to work with the County to obtain the proper permits if needed. Buyer will also need to confirm the availability of any utilities needed or serviced on the property. Seller makes no warranties or representations about the land, its condition, or what can be built on the property. Buyer to verify and perform their own due diligence regarding the feasibility of their plans.