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1/2 Acre on Park Avenue!

Boat, fish, golf, repeat with this easy, quiet retirement opportunity.

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Pay $6400 Today & Save $1500 Was $7900
$950 Down Payment + $249 Closing & Fees Buy Now

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138.67 a mo for 72 months Plus Tax, HOA and Note Escrows
$950 Down Payment + $249 Closing & Fees Reserve Now

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Description

1/2 acre for less than a new golf cart. Where else will you find this much land with these amenities for less? Located in Indian Lake Estates in Central Florida, a local open secret. Buy on the dip. Prices are going up due to Covid relocations to Florida and good lots like this don?t last. Wisely invest for your child?s future or treat your inner-child with this ideally-located inexpensive building lot. Boat, fish, golf, repeat with this easy, quiet retirement opportunity. You have full access to a HUGE spring-fed lake, nationally known for trophy largemouth bass, and TWO golf courses (9 & 18 via membership or lowest daily fees in the area). The clubhouse has a restaurant, ballroom and pro shop as well as shuffleboard courts, tennis courts, and a driving range all for your enjoyment.

Easy ownership with 950 down and 249 closing expenses.

Bring your boat. The marina on the 7,528 acre lake has docking facilities, a pavilion and boat ramp and a 1200 foot pier that is the longest freshwater pier in the State of Florida. Park your RV behind your house. Drive your golf cart to the club house and restaurant. Only 1.5 hours to either coast for getaways. Fly the family in for Orlando theme parks. No time limit to build until you apply, then six months. No mobile homes, must be block.

DISCLAIMER Photos are representative and not necessarily of the exact lot. 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.

Features

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Acres

.5

Access

Access

Paved Road

Power

Power

At Lot

Water

Water

At Lot

Sewer

Sewer

Needs Septic

State

State

Florida

County

County

Pinellas

Subdivision

Subdivision

Pine View

Legal

Legal

EST UNIT 2 SEC 6 31 30 PB 39 PG 14 BLK 95 LOT 15

Parcel Number

Parcel Number

30-31-06-9940200095

Coordinates

Coordinates

29.81304, -82.35326

Zoning

Zoning

Residential

Topography

Topography

Flat

Elevation

Elevation

85

Flood Zone

Flood Zone

X – Low Risk

Map

Nearby Attractions/City

Orlando

Orlando Theme Parks

The City of Orlando is nicknamed “the City Beautiful”, and its symbol is the Linton E. Allen Memorial Fountain, commonly referred to as simply the “Lake Eola fountain” at Lake Eola Park. The Orlando International Airport (MCO) is the 13th-busiest airport in the United States and the 29th-busiest in the world.

Orlando is one of the most-visited cities in the world primarily driven by tourism, major events, and convention traffic; in 2018, the city drew more than 75 million visitors. The two largest and most internationally renowned tourist attractions in the Orlando area are the Walt Disney World Resort, opened by the Walt Disney Company in 1971, and located about 21 miles (34 km) southwest of downtown Orlando in Bay Lake; and the Universal Orlando Resort, opened in 1990 as a major expansion of Universal Studios Florida and the only theme park inside Orlando city limits.

With the exception of the theme parks, most major cultural sites like the Orlando Museum of Art and Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts and world renown nightlife, bars and clubs are located in Downtown Orlando while most attractions are located along International Drive like the Wheel at ICON Park Orlando. The city is also one of the busiest American cities for conferences and conventions; the Orange County Convention Center is the second-largest convention facility in the United States.

Like other major cities in the Sun Belt, Orlando grew rapidly from the 1970s into the first decade of the 21st century. Orlando is home to the University of Central Florida, which is the largest university campus in the United States in terms of enrollment as of 2015. In 2010, Orlando was listed as a “Gamma +” level global city by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network.

Lake Wales

Lake Wales
Photo Credit: The Crazy Tourist

The land around the present city was surveyed in 1879 by Sidney Irving Wailes, who changed the name of a lake, then known as Watts Lake, to Lake Wailes.

The city of Lake Wales was established near the lake in 1911?12, planned by the Lake Wales Land Company. The spelling Wales was used for the city, although the lake is still generally spelled Lake Wailes. Allen Carleton Nydegger, a Civil Engineer, was contracted by the Lake Wales Land Company to plot out the community of Lake Wales. He and his crew camped on the shores of Crystal Lake and spent months plotting out the new community. In 1925 the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad built a new line from Haines City joining lines to Everglades City. A depot was opened on this line at Lake Wales. The City of Lake Wales was officially incorporated in April 1917.

In 2004, Lake Wales endured the effects of three hurricanes which came through the area: Hurricane CharleyHurricane Frances and Hurricane Jeanne. The three hurricanes brought hurricane-force winds to the Lake Wales area within a space of 44 days. In 2017, Hurricane Irma brought more hurricane-force winds to Lake Wales.