Oversized Deland Commercial Potential Near Park

Lot # 1182
APN Parcel Number (APN)702017010100
Physical Address412 W Beresford Ave Deland, FL 32720
SubdivisionSPRING HILL
CountyVolusia
StateFL
GPS Coordinates29.01345, -81.31018View Map
Size0.330 acres
Lot Dimensions100 x 145
Road AccessPaved
ZoningResidential
Annual Property Tax$110.69
Legal Description

20 17 30 LOTS 10 & 11 BLK A YAMASSEE MB 9 PG 175 PER OR 6594 PG 0127 PER OR 7634 PGS 3603-3604

Deed TypeWarranty Deed
StatusAVAILABLE
Corner lot
Corner lot
Paved
Paved
Suggested Retail Price
$15,000.00
Our Price
$7,250.00
SAVINGS
$7,750.00
Suggested Retail Price
$15,000.00
Our Price
$9,700.00
SAVINGS
$5,300.00
Loan Term36 months

Monthly Finance Payment$322.18
Payment Details
Our Price
$7,250.00
Document Fee
$295.00
Transfer Tax
$69.60
Total
$7,614.60
Deposit Details
First Finance Payment
$322.18
Document Fee
$295.00
Transfer Tax
$156.75
First Month Tax Escrow
$9.22
Total Due Today
$783.15

One tax ID serving two 50 x 144 lots could be split or kept to build your dream down street from park!  

 
Land & Agriculture

 
# Land Code Type Units Acres Sq Feet FF Depth Rate Just Value
1 0001-VAC PVD THRU .49 AC FRONT FOOT   .1653 7,200 50.0 144 95.00 $4,318
2 0001-VAC PVD THRU .49 AC FRONT FOOT   .1653 7,200 50.0 144 95.00 $2,159

It is not a tourist place, and in fact, seems to hide behind lakes and woods from touristy Orlando and from the coast. 

The more famous Daytona has distinguished itself as the “birthplace of speed.” Upholding a long tradition, one can still drive on the beach where land speed records were once set—however, speed limits are now in effect. Good arts and culture amenities and the usual assortment of watersports are on hand. Ormond Beach has a similar profile – minus the auto sports – to Daytona. Some commute 50 miles to Orlando or to other coastal cities, explaining in part the recent uplift in employment figures. Cost of living, once a big plus for the area, and home prices in particular, have risen rapidly, but the area is still relatively more affordable than most Florida East Coast areas. 

Wide, white sandy beaches dominate the coastline. Coastal vegetation is low scrub and palm trees with evergreen, live oak, and magnolia forests inland. Summer temperatures, while reaching 90 degrees or above during the late morning or early afternoon, tend to diminish in the afternoon with sea breezes and frequent afternoon thundershowers, both lowering temperatures into the 80s. Winters are mild with a few cold-air invasions. Long periods of cloudiness and rain are infrequent. While hurricanes do occur, they are not considered a great threat at this latitude.

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