Well, you found it...the ugliest place in Florida.
Here it is, quite literally the worst lot on the street. The seller bought the lot to visit in his camper and stay a couple of nights along with the grandkids, play some catch or throw a frisbee, teach them to fly a kite, but the entire lot is covered with trees. Have you watched Hgtv and thought, “shoot, I could clear that lot on a weeknight with a chainsaw.” Well, bring it, and a spare can of fuel and a sharpening file, because your chance is here. And it doesn't end there. Even though the street upfront is paved, if you want to pull the roots, you better bring a 4x4 truck. If you think that the rainy season floods will help you clean up the tree trimmings, you'll be disappointed. This place sits well above the Fema flood zones, so no moving water here. If you like the trees, I hope you like them a lot, because this property has absolutely nothing else on it, and at one third of an acre, that is a lot of trees. Sure, there is electric service at the property line, but there is no house to connect it to. You like people and crowded restaurants? You are out of luck, Orlando is over an hour from this place.
Oh, you think you can fish here? No such luck. The nearest boat ramp is almost 10 minutes, the nearest beach is 30 minutes from here.
If you need a place to stage your next post-apocalyptic zombie movie, this is it. The whole place has those “nature has reclaimed this neighborhood” vibes.
What else can be said about this one of a kind opportunity? It is not in a flood zone, and will be conveyed with a clear title.
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