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10 Lot Package in Modoc County, California! BIDDING IS PER LOT!

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Quantity: 10

Tucked in the northeast corner of California, Modoc County borders Oregon to the north and Nevada to the east. It is one of California's least populous but largest counties. This remote & rural county is an attractive, unique destination for those seeking solitude, outdoor adventures, untouched natural beauty & a slower pace of life. Picturesque landscapes, including mountains, forests, and lakes await you here!  If you prefer a small-town atmosphere & close-knit community, Modoc County is for you! 

Welcome to Modoc County, California >>

The summers (April-September) encourage camping, hunting, hiking, fishing, and water sports against the backdrop of the uniquely beautiful Warner Mountains.  An open range habitat for diverse wildlife, the area is home to mountain lions, cattle, mule deer, antelope, coyotes, bald eagles, and other bird species. It is a destination for birdwatching and offers a chance to observe wildlife in their natural habitat. Waterfowl season is huge in Modoc county!

The Modoc National Forest, Lava Beds National Monument, Bly Tunnel Tree, Glass Mountain, Medicine Lake, Lassen Volcanic National Park, Tule Lake National Wildlife Refuge & Modoc National Wildlife Refuge are among the region's popular destinations for outdoor enthusiasts.

What to Do and See in Modoc County >>

Modoc County is relatively isolated, and transportation options are limited. State Route 299 is the primary road connecting the county to the rest of California.  

These ten lots are located in the Hill Unit #5 of California Pines, an off-the-grid community located about 30 miles southwest of the one square-mile city of Alturas. The hill units are almost all covered with four different kinds of pine trees. The lots are scattered throughout charming California Pines. While they may not be contiguous, each lot boasts its own unique allure and distinctive dimensions. The elevation in the hill units varies from 5,000 to 6,400 feet. All the roads are gravel roads. 

RVs and camping are permissible for up to 30 days of a calendar year. If you are considering constructing a home, please note that the living space must be no less than 500 square feet. 

Construction in the hill units will require a private well and septic system. If there is electricity in the area, it can be extended to your lot. Power is obtained through Surprise Valley Electric. Solar & winterbine are also allowed. 

Development Restrictions for Hill Unit 5 >>

Things to do before building in California Pines! >>

The California Pines POA >>  

California Pines covers 15,000 acres surrounded by 2 million acres of the Modoc National Forest. California Pines is primarily a residential community, offering a small mix of permanent residences and vacation homes. The community is also served by a 4,400 foot airstrip.  

The 8,000 square foot California Pines Lodge lodge features guest rooms, a restaurant, lounge, banquet room, and outdoor swimming pool. 

See the California Pines Lodge >>

The California Pines Lodge >>

California Pines allows you to bask in peace & solitude. Put your phone down, leave your doors unlocked & become one with nature here in California Pines! 

NOTE:  The California Pines Property Owners Association maintains common areas for the benefit of the property owners, residents and the general public. The 2024 annual POA fee is $105 and will become the responsibility of the buyer. 

BIDDING IS PER LOT FOR A CASH PURCHASE!

TOTAL BID PRICE = BID PER LOT x 10 LOTS.

See Photos for Parcel IDs, Legal Descriptions and Lot Sizes. 

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Discover Your Oasis: Build Your Dream Home in Canadian Lakes, Michigan!

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Build your dream home in Canadian Lakes, a beautiful and private recreational community in northern Michigan. This lots sits on Trail Creek Drive, near two golf courses and four lakes!

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Owners have inclusive use of remarkable amenities including over 730 acres of waterways, with 340 acres of all sports water; six beaches, sport venues, 18-hole and two 9-hole golf courses, outdoor and indoor swimming pools with fitness area, hot tub and sauna, snow tubing tow, cross-country skiing and outdoor ice rink, campground and more!

Canadian Lakes is located in Mecosta County, truly “The County for Every Season!” Escape for an afternoon excursion in the county.

Explore the Big Rapids Region >>

Explore numerous trails for hiking and biking, snowshoeing and snowmobiling, plus abundant land and lakes for hunting and fishing. Enjoy over 100 lakes, streams and of course the mighty Muskegon River. All are perfect for fishing, tubing, canoeing or kayaking, boating and water-skiing. Take in the wonder of wildlife and scenic views. It is also home to numerous festivals, events, dining, unique hometown shops and more. Excite your taste buds at great dining venues, breweries and wineries.

Visitors Guide >>

Live a vibrant, recreational lifestyle here at Canadian Lakes!

NOTE: The Canadian Lakes Property Owners Corporation (POC) manages this community. The annual fee for 2024 is $837.52. The buyer, upon purchase, is responsible for directly paying all outstanding fees up to $1,700 to the POC.

Legal Description: SEC 07 T14N R08W LOT 251 LOST CANYON.

Property Address: 11961 Trail Creek Dr, Stanwood, MI 49346

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Manistique in Michigan's Upper Peninsula: 10 Minute Stroll to Lake Michigan!

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Located in the Upper Peninsula along the sandy shores of Lake Michigan, Schoolcraft County stretches north past Indian Lake, almost to Lake Superior. From misty sunrises to constellation-glimmering nights, this is a natural playground for the wave wader to the most avid outdoors enthusiast.

Schoolcraft County has bragging rights to untamed shorelines, verdant forests and inland waterways. Hike, paddle or drive through the amazing Seney National Wildlife Refuge to explore thousands of acres teeming with wildlife. Watch otters slide down riverbanks, osprey soar across azure skies, or to spy elusive wolves, minks, black bear, eagles, moose and more. Lose yourself in natural surroundings and leave the world behind.

This property is strategically located within the city limits of Manistique and is just a short ten-minute stroll to the shores of Lake Michigan. Within a 30-minute drive, you can explore the Seul Choix Pointe Lighthouse, the sole active beacon on Lake Michigan's shores.

See Schoolcraft County and Manistique >>

Learn More About Manistique >> 

Schoolcraft County: Four Season Vacationland >>

Picturesque Sites within 20 Minutes of Manistique >>

A nearly two-mile boardwalk along Lake Michigan ends at the picturesque red Manistique East Breakwater Light and fishing pier. Cast your line for steelhead and salmon in the spring and fall or watch some of the most stunning sunsets all year. 

Seize this golden opportunity to sink your toes into the sandy shores of Lake Michigan!

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Legal Description: LOT 2 BLK 8 OF WEST END ADD TO CITY OF MANISTIQUE.

Approximate Coordinates: 45°57'20.1"N 86°15'42.2"W

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Embrace the Wild: 40 Acres of Serene High Desert in Elko County, Nevada!

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40 Acres of High Mountain Desert in Elko County, Nevada!

Elko County, in northeast Nevada, brings the drama of the high desert into vivid reality with its unspoiled nature, breathtaking vistas of the ruggedly beautiful Ruby Mountains, and its rich western history.

There are no shortages of activities to enjoy: trips up Lamoille Canyon, boating or bird-watching at the Ruby Lake National Wildlife Refuge, down-and-dirty ATVing, out-of-this-world heli-skiing, rock climbing, mountain biking, hunting, fishing, backpacking, or hiking the rocky trails.

The city of Elko, the county seat, is known as "Nevada with Altitude". It is bordered by the towering, snow-capped Ruby Mountains, often called the Alps of Nevada, and the lush, glacier-carved Lamoille Canyon. The Ruby Mountains are flush with wildlife, mountain scenery, lakes, streams, and valleys.

Elko is where Nevada's real cowboys work and play, and the Wild West spirit is contagious. Elko is ranked as one of the Top True Western Towns, but the events in Elko go beyond its western roots. Every July is the annual National Basque Festival, a nod to the rich Basque history and culture that brought sheepherding to the area.

Today, visitors to Elko can explore Nevada's roots in mining, ranching, and native culture with a stop at the Northeastern Nevada Museum, Western Folklife Center, or the Sherman Station Visitor's Center. Don't forget to take a tour to see firsthand one of the area's many gold rush ghost towns.

View this Elko County Video >>

Learn about the history of Elko County >>

This is an excellent opportunity to own a beautiful piece of land in one of the most stunning areas of Nevada.

Legal Description: SE4NE4; TOWNSHIP 38 NORTH, RANGE 58 EAST, MDB&M SECTION 25

Approximate Coordinates: 41°09'13.0"N 115°22'20.0"W

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Your New Home Awaits in Lakes of the North, Antrim County's Idyllic Community!

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Enjoy the four seasons from your new home in the Lakes of the North community in Antrim County. This lot is located in the Southwood Heights subdivision near Lakes of the North Golf Course and Manistee River. This peaceful and quiet location transforms seasonally from snow-covered white in winter, to spring green, to comfortable summer days, then magnificent shades in fall. The community is located about 30 minutes from Boyne Mountain Resort and Shanty Creek Resort; and 60 minutes from Traverse City or 25 minutes from Gaylord.

Welcome to Antrim County! >>

Things to See & Do in Antrim County! >> 

Lakes of the North is a group of 19 subdivisions that straddles the Otsego-Antrim county line. 

Amenities include an 18-Hole Golf Course, Pro-Shop, and full-service Restaurant/Tavern, all of which are open to the public. Member exclusive areas include Pencil Lake and Harold Lake beach access and beach houses, Activities Clubhouse with a Pool, Whirlpool, Water Slide, along with two outdoor Tennis/Pickleball Courts, Shuffleboard, Horseshoes and Playground. 

The Winter Sports area has an Ice Rink, Cross Country Ski and Snowshoe trails which serve as hiking trails in the summer.  

Campers Village is an all-season facility for members to enjoy with their camper.  

Throughout and surrounding Lakes of the North you will find hundreds of miles of ATV/Snowmobile Trails to ride on.

Learn About Lakes of the North Association >> 

Each vacant lot in Lakes of the North is buildable and is rural in character. All building plans need approval by the association's Architectural Control Committee. Lots do not have water, septic, or electricity. Construction would require a private well and sewage disposal system. If there is electricity in the area, it can be extended to your lot. 

Building restrictions include a minimum square footage that varies by subdivision. Mobile homes, trailers, camping and storage are prohibited on all vacant lots. Commercial use is also prohibited (including for rentals and short-term rentals).   

For complete building information, please see Lakes of the North – Restrictive Covenants, paying particular attention to Article VI (Architectural Control Committee) and Article VII (Building and Use Limitations).

Lakes of the North is known for its picturesque landscapes, featuring serene lakes surrounded by lush forests and offering a peaceful retreat for residents and visitors alike. Bid now!

NOTE: The Association’s 2024 annual assessment is $332 covering the year from April 1, 2024 to March 31, 2025. The buyer will be responsible for payment of the amount of the annual assessment in the fiscal year when the deed is recorded. The buyer must also register with the Association as a land owner by completing the required document (to be provided along with the recorded deed).

Legal Description: LOT 172 SOUTHWOOD HEIGHTS

Approximate Coordinates: 44°55'02.7"N 84°52'57.9"W

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Build Your Sanctuary: Prime Lot in Sugar Springs, Gladwin County, MI Awaits You!

Lot # 6      

Gladwin County is located in the northeast central section of Michigan’s lower peninsula, approximately 2.5 hours from Detroit and a little over 2 hours from Grand Rapids. It is renowned for its warm and welcoming community. You'll find friendly neighbors, local festivals, farmers' markets, and a strong sense of belonging, making it a wonderful place to raise a family or retire.

This prime buildable cul-de-sac lot is located on Knights Court in the Sugar Springs community in Gladwin. There is paved road frontage, as well as sewer, phone, and electric at the road.

Welcome to Sugar Springs >>

This property is surrounded by the pristine beauty of Butman Township, in Gladwin County, known for its picturesque landscapes, lush forests, and numerous lakes. Living here means waking up to stunning natural views, and with the abundance of year-round recreational outdoor activities, you'll have endless opportunities for adventure and exploration. Whether you're into fishing, hiking, hunting, golfing, or snowmobiling, you are sure to find something you will enjoy.

Welcome to Butman Township >>

Things to Do in Gladwin >>

The nearby lakes, including Lake Lancelot and Lake Lancer, offer a water lover's paradise. These lakes are a great place to enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, and paddleboarding. Fishermen can expect Bluegill, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, and Rock Bass among the most popular catches. Whether you want to spend the day going for an exciting jet ski ride or going for a sunset cruise, this is a great place to do so.

If you’re looking to get further off the lake, the Fruitful Orchid and Cider Mill offers many different events like a fall festival, perfect for the whole family, and the Merry-Hearted Cidery, a sister company, specializes in hard ciders.

Gladwin also offers a variety of fun activities ranging from gorgeous gardens to incredible golf courses. The downtown area features quaint shops, cozy cafes and lovely parks perfect for picnics or leisurely strolls. Sugar Springs Resort has a clubhouse, lounge restaurant, campground, pool, and two golf courses, among other activities.

This prime lot is your gateway to a life filled with natural wonder, outdoor adventures, and endless recreational opportunities, making it an ideal place to call home!

NOTE: The Sugar Springs Property Owners Association (POA) manages this community. The 2024 general assessment fee for this lot is $475, and the lake assessment fee is $60. The buyer will be responsible for all dues beginning on January 1, 2025, as well as a one-time $15 transfer fee upon purchase of the property.

Legal Description: 20 1W SIR RICHARDS REALM SUB LOT 20

Approximate Coordinates: 44°07'46.2"N 84°27'20.4"W

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20 Lots in Cherokee Village: Sharp County, AR - BIDDING IS PER LOT!

Lot # 7      

Quantity: 20

Discover Cherokee Village >>

Welcome to Sharp County, Arkansas, an exquisite destination nestled within the captivating Arkansas Ozarks. Presenting an extraordinary collection of 20 lots, this package offers a remarkable opportunity to immerse yourself in the tranquility of a four-season haven. The lots are scattered throughout charming Cherokee Village. While they may not be contiguous, each lot boasts its own unique allure and distinctive dimensions.

As the owner of these lots, the possibilities are endless. Hold them as-is as long-term investments. Build to rent or to resell. Build and live on one. This is a great community for a part-time retreat or a full-time residence, for those considering retirement, a new start for their family, or just ready for a change! Cherokee Village offers small town charm, first-class outdoor recreation amenities and affordability. Take advantage of the low taxes, low cost of living and low housing costs. Your housing dollars stretch further here.

A home may be constructed on each of these lots as long as the house size complies with the zoning set forth in Cherokee Village Zoning "Bill of Assurance".

Experience Cherokee Village >>

Cherokee Village Information >>

These lots sit near the South Fork Spring River!

Cherokee Village is the perfect backdrop for your next adventure. Come enjoy the lakes, river, golf courses, parks, trails, RV and campground. With more than 13,000 acres set among the rolling hills and pristine natural beauty of the Arkansas Ozarks, Cherokee Village has something to offer all ages.

Cherokee Village, Arkansas - Retreat, Rest and Renewal >>

Soak up the sun on the private beach, hit the links on two private 18-hole golf courses, jump right into any of the six swimming pools, go RVing and camping, take a swing at pickleball and tennis, spend the day fishing, walk any of the nature trails, workout at the fitness center, meet some new friends at the senior center, cycle, hike, or just relax in a hammock!

Boat, fish and play on any of the seven lakes. Enjoy the year-round spring-fed South Fork River that flows into neighboring Spring River. Both rivers rank among the Ozark region’s most popular destinations for floating and trout and walleye fishing.

Don't miss this opportunity!

NOTE: Real estate taxes are current. The buyer will be responsible for all real estate taxes billed on March 1, 2024 that will be due October 15, 2024.

BIDDING IS PER LOT FOR A CASH PURCHASE!

TOTAL BID PRICE = BID PER LOT x 20 LOTS.

Legal Description: See Photo for Parcel #, Acreage, and Legal Description.

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Polk County Florida; 1.82 Acre Lot Close to I-4!

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This 1.82 acre plat is located in a peaceful, wooded area in Polk County close to I-4!

In just 20 minutes, you can find yourself in Polk City! In under 25 minutes, you will find Davenport, offering several golf courses and country clubs, shopping malls, grocery stores, restaurants, parks, and more! In less than 20 minutes, you can arrive at any of the three golf club resorts: Highlands Reserve Golf Resort, Deer Creek RV Golf & Country Club, and Champion Gate Golf Club!

Did I forget to mention Disney World is just a 30 minute drive? Plus, Downtown Orlando is less than 40 minutes away! There's so much to do in this beautiful, sunny location! You can't beat this opportunity! 

Davenport City >>

Deer Creek RV Golf and Country Club >>

This parcel does not have frontage on a county maintained road. For this reason, the starting bid is deeply discounted, enhancing the attractiveness of this parcel as a long term investment.

With over 2,000 square miles of land and water, Polk County is the fourth largest county in the state. Located in the geographic center of Florida and close to Central Florida’s I-4 corridor, it’s driving distance to anywhere you could need! 

See why Polk County is one of the fastest growing counties!

Experience Polk County >>

Purchasing this piece of Florida will diversify your investment portfolio.  Don’t miss this opportunity!

NOTE: County does not permit living in RVs at any time unless a house has been constructed on the lot.

Legal Description: W 132 FT OF E 2640 FT OF SEC L

Approximate Coordinates: 28°11'44.8"N 81°42'52.0"W

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Expand Your Portfolio: 10 Lots in New Mexico! BIDDING IS PER LOT!

Lot # 9      

Quantity: 10

BIDDING IS PER LOT FOR A CASH PURCHASE!  TOTAL BID PRICE = BID PER LOT x NUMBER OF LOTS.

This package of 10 lots is available in beautiful Valencia County, New Mexico. The lots are scattered throughout the Rio Del Oro subdivision and are not contiguous. You'll get 2.5 acres of land to immerse yourself in the excitement and sizzling hot investment activity of Los Lunas and Valencia County! This area is experiencing tremendous economic growth with a new Facebook (Meta) data facility, manufacturing hub, and pipeline project.

October 2023 Greetings from New Mexico! >>

Drive the Rio Del Oro Loop! >>

Tens of thousands of new jobs are coming to Los Lunas. Facebook (Meta's) new facility opened in 2019 and continues to grow and generate additional economic benefits to the surrounding areas. In mid-March of 2021, Facebook announced a doubling of its Meta Data Center, adding six additional buildings totaling over two million square feet by 2023. Los Lunas’ government will provide nearly $40 billion in industrial revenue bonds and other economic development funding!

Facebook Los Lunas Data Center! >>

LATEST UPDATE: Facebook announces $800M expansion plan for Los Lunas Data Center >>

Of course, more jobs in this sizzling investment area means greater demand for land!

Rail Park in Los Lunas to bring 5,000 jobs to the area! >>

You can also enjoy numerous hiking and exploring opportunities nearby including the Whitfield Wildlife Conservation Area, Cibola National Forest, and the Manzano Mountains State Park. It's also only an hour away from Albuquerque International Airport (ABQ).

Valencia County, New Mexico Desert Mountains! >>

Bid now so you don't lose this terrific opportunity!

NOTE: Back taxes of up to $300 per lot will be the responsibility of the buyer.

Parcel ID/Legal Description: See Photo for Parcel Details

Size: 2.50 acres in total

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Explore Lake County, Michigan: Over 100 Lakes Await!

Lot # 10      

Welcome to Lake County, Michigan: The Home of Over 100 Lakes! 

This property, located on Lorriane Street in Baldwin, is less than a mile from three lakes: Government, Mench and Cashion! In addition, it's just a short drive to Putman Lake, Little Star Lake, Bush Lake, Baldwin Municipal Airport, Perre Marquette State Trail, and several campgrounds! 

Baldwin is a charming village nestled in Lake County, Michigan. Situated amid beautiful natural surroundings, it's known for its proximity to various lakes, rivers, and forests, making it a haven for outdoor enthusiasts.

Learn More About Baldwin, MI >>

The town has a small, tight-knit community that embraces its rural character. It's a hub for fishing, hunting, hiking, and other outdoor activities, attracting visitors and residents seeking an escape into nature. The Pere Marquette River, famous for its trout fishing, flows through this area, drawing anglers from far and wide.

Tourism Activities in Baldwin >>

The Pere Marquette, the Pine, and the Little Manistee are a few of the 16 National Wild and Scenic Rivers in Michigan. These rivers and their many tributaries also provide wonderful scenic canoeing and even some whitewater kayaking.

Baldwin hosts events and festivals throughout the year, celebrating its heritage and natural bounty. The surrounding Manistee National Forest offers extensive trails for hiking, biking, and snowmobiling, providing year-round recreational opportunities.

Huron-Manistee National Forest >>

Pere Marquette State Forest >> 

Despite its small size, Baldwin provides essential amenities like local shops, restaurants, and accommodations, catering to both tourists and residents. Overall, it's a serene and picturesque destination, especially appealing to those seeking a tranquil lifestyle amidst Michigan's stunning natural landscapes.

Legal Description: LOTS 1 & 2 BLK 2 LAKEWOODS ACRES.

Approximate Coordinates: 43°55'16.8"N 85°51'01.2"W

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Discover Los Angeles County, California by Owning this 5.28 Acre Plot!

Lot # 11      

Here is your chance to own over five acres in California!
 
This lot is located close to 210th St E and Avenue B; there is a unpaved road that runs along the northern front of the parcel, coming from Avenue B.
 
Just a few miles away, is the Phacelia Wildlife Sanctuary, measuring up to 160 acres, where you can spend the day hiking or horseback riding. Traveling further southwest, you will find Butte Valley Wildflower Sanctuary, Saddleback Butte State Park and Campground, Antelope Valley Indian Museum State Historic Park and Lake Los Angeles Community. From the lot, about 30 miles West, is the city of Lancaster, where you can spend the day visiting the Museum of Art and History and the beautiful Antelope Valley California Poppy Fields.
 
The County of Los Angeles is the most populous county in the United States with nearly 10 million residents covering 4,083 square miles. Its population is greater than that of 40 individual U.S. states. It is one of the most ethnically diverse counties in the United States.
The county is divided west-to-east by the San Gabriel Mountains, where most of the county's highest peaks are located. Several lower mountains are in the northern, western, and southwestern parts of the county, including the San Emigdio Mountains, the southernmost part of Tehachapi Mountains and the Sierra Pelona Mountains.
 
Most of the population of Los Angeles County resides in the south and southwest, with major population centers in the Los Angeles Basin, San Fernando Valley, and San Gabriel Valley.
 
So many sights and sounds await you here! Claim this piece of California land today!
 
Legal Description: E 1/2 OF NW 1/4 OF SE 1/4 OF SW 1/4 OF SEC 5 T 8N R 8W
 
Approximate Coordinates: 34°48'38.8"N 117°45'01.2"W

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Sharp County, Arkansas: Buildable Lot in Ozark Acres!

Lot # 12      

Discover a wonderful opportunity to own a picturesque buildable lot in the enchanting community of Ozark Acres, located in the heart of Sharp County, Arkansas. Nestled amidst the beauty of the Ozarks, this property offers an idyllic setting for creating your dream retreat or permanent residence.

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This 0.26 acre lot sits off of Dogwood Trail, close to Spring Lake. A home may be constructed on this lot as long as the house size complies with the zoning set forth in Ozark Acres Bill of Assurance.

Set within a friendly and well-established neighborhood, this location provides the perfect blend of rural tranquility and easy access to modern conveniences. With ample space to accommodate your vision, you can design your ideal home, whether it be a cozy cabin or a spacious abode.

Ozark Acres Amenities >>

The natural beauty surrounding the property is truly captivating, featuring lush greenery, gentle rolling hills, and a diverse array of wildlife. Nature enthusiasts and outdoor lovers will relish in the abundant recreational opportunities, from hiking trails to fishing spots and nearby lakes for water sports.

Whether you're seeking a peaceful retreat or a solid investment opportunity, this property in Ozark Acres promises to fulfill your desires. Escape the hustle and bustle of urban life and immerse yourself in the serene beauty of Sharp County, Arkansas. Embrace the chance to build the haven you've always envisioned and relish the simple joys of a life well-lived in harmony with nature.

NOTE: Real estate taxes are current. The buyer will be responsible for all real estate taxes billed on March 1, 2024 that will be due October 15, 2024.

Legal Description: Subdivision: HIGH LAKE ADDN Lot: 3 Block: 2

Approximate Coordinates: 36°18'05.4"N 91°23'56.8"W

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Discover Grays Harbor, Washington!

Lot # 13      

Grays Harbor County, Washington is located on the southwest corner of the Olympic Peninsula along the Pacific Ocean. In no other county can you stick your toe in the Pacific Ocean at a beautiful beach one hour, and the next hour be in the lush rain forest.

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This property is located in Ocosta, Washington. Ocosta is a small, coastal community located in Grays Harbor County, Washington. Situated at the mouth of Johns River and just a short drive from the Pacific Ocean, this charming town offers residents and visitors a peaceful, laid-back way of life. This lot is only a 5 minute drive to Bottle Beach State Park.

Despite its small size, Ocosta has plenty to offer. Outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate the town's proximity to beaches, hiking trails, and fishing spots, while history buffs can explore the area's rich past at the nearby Westport Maritime Museum or the historic Ocosta Schoolhouse.

50 Things To Do in Grays Harbor >>

In addition to its natural beauty and cultural attractions, Ocosta is home to a tight-knit community of friendly, welcoming residents. The town hosts several community events throughout the year, including a Fourth of July parade and a holiday bazaar, providing plenty of opportunities to connect with neighbors and friends.

The Chehalis River >>

Whether you're looking for a quiet place to retire, a vacation home on the coast, or a welcoming community to call home, Ocosta has something to offer. Come discover the charm and natural beauty of this hidden gem on Washington's coast.

Camp, kayak, walk, hike, you name it, Grays Harbor is untouched and waiting for you to explore!

NOTE: You are bidding only on lot 4, highlighted in green. Grays Harbor County has a tendency to change parcel numbers when properties are sold, so please understand that the property purchased will be the same, but the parcel number might change due to the county's accounting method.

Legal Description: EAST OCOSTA LOT 4 LS STRIP FORMERLY NP RY RW BLK 19

Approximate Coordinates: 46°54'06.4"N 124°00'27.0"W

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Citrus County: Discover Florida's Soul! Vacant Lot in Homosassa Springs! Adjacent to Lot 34

Lot # 14      

Discover Florida's soul in Citrus County: warm gulf waters, spring-fed rivers, championship golf, unique shops, abundant history and endless aquatic adventure.

This lot is conveniently located in Homosassa Springs, about one-half mile east of US 98 (S Suncoast Blvd). It has platted legal access from S. Grandmarch Road to W Grover Cleveland Blvd.

Zoning is Medium Density Residential (MDR) with permissible structures including single family construction, modular housing or tiny homes. Utilities are not available at the lot. Recreational vehicles, tent campsites, and recreational resort cabins may not be used as permanent or long-term residences.

There are plenty of shops, restaurants and stores close by! Just a quick 5 minute drive to the Homosassa River, where you can enjoy boat tours, waterfront restaurants and fishing. Spend your days lounging, swimming, or kayaking in the Florida sun. If you love nature, this is the perfect place for you!

Go hiking, swim with the manatees, birdwatch and picnic at Ellie Schiller Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park! 

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Citrus County was recently named the best place in Florida to retire: 

The Best Place to Retire in Florida >>

A Visit to Citrus County Florida >>

Citrus County has it all! Place your bid now!

Legal Description: UNIT 4 OF HOMOSASSA PB 1 PG 46 LOT 3 BLK 176

Approximate Coordinates: 28°48'18.6"N 82°34'03.1"W

 

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Luna County, New Mexico: Half-Acre Lot by the Mountains!

Lot # 15      

Embrace the vastness of the desert panorama as you set your eyes on this vacant property. With unobstructed views stretching as far as the eye can see, this is an ideal location for those seeking tranquility and a connection with nature.

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Immerse yourself in the peace and privacy that comes with owning your own slice of Luna County. Away from the city's hustle and bustle, this vacant property offers an escape to a slower pace of life, where the sounds of nature and the brilliance of the night sky create a symphony for the senses.

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While providing a sense of seclusion, this property is conveniently located within reasonable proximity to essential amenities in nearby communities. Access to utilities is within reach, making the realization of your vision that much more attainable.

As an investment, this vacant property in Luna County holds promise, given the region's historical significance, natural beauty, and growing appeal. Seize the opportunity to own a piece of untouched desert beauty and make your mark on the landscape.

NOTE: Approximately $450 in back taxes will be the responsibility of the buyer.

Legal Description: DEMING RANCHETTES UNIT 112 BLOCK 14 TRACT 26

Approximate Coordinates: 32°10'17.3"N 107°26'12.5"W

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Wadena County, Minnesota Lot: Just a Stone's Throw from the Redeye River!

Lot # 16      

Live in a beautiful community in Sebeka, Minnesota! Rejoice in the friendly atmosphere of residents who treat others as friends, and who believe that a community worth living in is a community worth improving.

This lot is located right off of W Minnesota Street, next to the Redeye River. There are plenty of nearby parks and other recreational activities to do in closeby Wadena, Minnesota.

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Wadena County has an abundance of parks with varied recreation experiences that inspire people to pass along the love for the outdoors to the next generation. Wadena is known as the City of Parks, and maintains many acres of beautiful parks and picnic areas.

A hidden treasure on the edge of Wadena MN, Green Island Preserve and Retreat, is a natural destination for contemplation, meditation, and relaxation. A family farm was repurposed into a system of story-trails adorned with art weaving through nature that hold wonders like experimental orchards, wildflowers on exhibit, and a Kuti, a special hut dedicated to meditation. A cultural landmark of natural beauty adored by the community!

Annual events include Wadena's signature summer celebration June Jubilee, the unique Halloween-season Wadena Zombie Run, and the long-running annual holiday showcase, the Christmas Festival!

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The City of Wadena Public Works Department maintains publicly-owned places and facilities that offer many ways to enjoy an active life in Wadena. This includes over a dozen parks and open spaces, pedestrian and bicycle paths and paved trails.

With over 100 hand-painted murals decorating downtown buildings, Wadena depicts 1,000 years of Minnesota history known as the "Largest Puzzle in the World".

Enjoy the small-town atmosphere with the attractions of a larger community!

NOTE: Up to $100 in back taxes due for this property will be the responsibility of the buyer. 

Legal Description: PT OF LOT 7 BLK 1; COM AT NE COR OF LT 7 TH IN WTLY DIR 80' ALG NTLY LI OF LT 7; TH STLY 80' TH ETLY 80' TO E LI OF LT 7 TH NTLY ALG E LI OF LT 7 TO PT OF BG; EXC A PERPETUAL EASE OVER & ACROSS TH ETLY 20' OF SD TR FOR ACCESS TO SEWER & WATER

Approximate Coordinates: 46°37'47.0"N 95°05'53.0"W

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Miramichi Lake Living: Own Two Adjacent MI Lots!

Lot # 17      

These wooded adjacent lots are located in the Lake Miramichi community, a twenty minute stroll to Little Miramichi Lake, in Osceola County, Michigan. 

Lake Miramichi is a private, well planned, waterfront community with an active Property Owners Association that manages the private lake and is responsible for upkeep of the roads, parks, clubhouse, and dams, which are between the larger lake and “little” Lake Miramichi. Lake Miramichi is in Evart Township. 

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Miramichi Lake and the smaller quiet Little Miramichi Lake each have boat launches and park areas.  Relax at the sandy swimming beach, playground, beach house and pavilion. Dock your boat at the full service marina available if your lot is without lake frontage.  Enjoy a nice four mile hike around the lake for walking, jogging or biking.

The homes, approximately 160, vary between simple seasonal cabins to beautiful year-round homes with great views of the hilly countryside or the many fantastic views of the lake. 

Scenic Miramichi Lake, covering 210 acres, offers all sports activities and great fishing for bass, bluegill, perch, crappie, walleye and catfish. Little Miramichi Lake is a 30 acre fishing and swimming lake with no motors allowed. It is known for its beautiful natural setting, wooded surroundings, peace, serenity and excellent fishing.

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Osceola County contains the highest point in Michigan’s Mid-Western Lower Peninsula and is also known for trout fishing.   Yet, Osceola County still retains its tradition, and gives its residents the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of small community living while at the same time having access to the amenities found in larger urban areas.

Learn More About Osceola County, Michigan >>

Don’t pass this up!

 

NOTE:  The Miramichi Lakes Property Owners Association (LMPOC) manages this community. The 2024 dues are paid in full. The buyer will be responsible for 2025 dues which will be $238 for one lot, and $102 for the contiguous lot.

Legal Description: LOTS 561 & 562 LAKE MIRAMICHI SUBD #4

Approximate Coordinates:
43°49'32.8"N 85°16'47.3"W

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Stunning Arizona: Own Over an Acre!

Lot # 18      

Own this 1.26 acre property, close to both Interstate 40 and Route 77! 

This state has some of the most breathtaking views in all the United States, bringing in visitors from all over the country, to view some of the world's most recognized landscapes, such as Monument Valley and the brilliant blue waters of Lake Powell. 

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It is also just about 25 miles to the Petrified Forest National Park! In its south, the Rainbow Forest is full of colorful petrified wood. It's home to the Rainbow Forest Museum, with its paleontology exhibits and many trail access points. In the park's center are the petroglyphs of Newspaper Rock and the ruined village of Puerco Pueblo. To the north, the Painted Desert Inn, a 1930s adobe building, is a museum with Hopi murals.

Things to do Petrified Forest National Park >>

Fun Facts about Petrified Forest National Park >>

It is also about 25 miles to Holbrook! You can easily get lost in the history, beauty, and culture of this wondrous city. From star gazing, hiking trails, campgrounds, national monuments, historical parks, museums, trading posts, and the Twin Arrows Casino Resort, there is definitely something for everyone! 

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Own a piece of land that once served one of the greatest Native American tribes, the Navajo Nation. Immerse yourself in the beauty of this one of a kind, diverse culture! 

Legal Description: Arizona Rancho #119 Lot 3

Approximate Coordinates: 35°04'06.9"N 109°58'16.8"W

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Camp in Missouri's Gated Community!

Lot # 19      

This quarter-acre camping lot is located in Twin Oaks Harbor, a gated community in Jackson Township, St. Clair County, Missouri. This community features camping lots with favorable rules for camping enthusiasts!

The community is located about 120 miles southwest of Kansas City. St. Clair County is a peaceful, rural, agricultural county with a population of under 10,000 but offers a myriad of outdoor opportunities. Appleton City and Osceola are the largest towns in the county.

Activities in St. Clair County, Missouri >> 

The Harry S Truman Reservoir, also known as Truman Lake, offers exceptional outdoor recreational opportunities. It is great for boating, fishing, hunting, camping, hiking/biking and just exploring nature at its finest. Truman Lake encompasses 259 square miles of land and water covering portions of four counties: Benton, Henry, Hickory and St. Clair.

Plenty To Do at Truman Lake >>

Twin Oaks Harbor community amenities include a small lake that is stocked for fishing (boats are allowed as long as they are not gas-powered), an in-ground pool, a playground with new equipment, two bath houses with hot and cold running showers, trash dumpsters and road maintenance. ATVs, golf carts, etc. are permitted on the common roads.

This camping lot is for recreational use but is NOT permitted to be used as a residence (so no one can live there). Campers are allowed. No other structures are permitted on this lot.

Relax, rejuvenate, and reconnect under the stars in the great outdoors!

NOTE: Twin Oaks Harbor Property Owners Association imposes an annual fee of $232.00 for a single lot covering its fiscal year of May 1 – April 30. The 2024 annual POA dues are paid through April 2025. The buyer will be responsible for 2025-2026 fiscal year dues, which are due March 1st, 2025.

Legal Description: Lot 40, Blk 9, Plat 3, TOH

Approximate Coordinates: 
38°06'51.8"N 93°35'50.6"W

 

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Build in California Pines: Large, Corner Lot Offering Solitude & Beauty!

Lot # 20      

Build your getaway home or use your 0.891 acre corner lot as your very private, serene campground! RVs and camping are permissible for up to 30 days of a calendar year. Building a house requires a minimum of 500 sq. ft. of living area and requires a well, septic system and electricity via solar power or extending electric lines.

See detailed building requirements here: 

Hill Unit 3 CC&R >> 

Things to do before building in California Pines >>

Modoc County, located in the far northeast corner of California, is often called the “place where the west still lives” and is frequently compared to the beautiful expanses of Montana.

The warm, dry summers encourage camping, hiking, fishing, and water sports against the backdrop of the uniquely beautiful Warner Mountains, with their clear alpine streams and a high desert dotted with serene lakes. An ideal habitat for diverse wildlife, the area is home to bald eagles, peregrine falcons, goshawks, golden eagles, Rocky Mountain mule deer and elk, wild horses, burros and pronghorn antelope.

What to Do and See in Modoc County >>

This lot is located in the California Pines, a beautiful community located about 25 miles southwest of the City of Alturas.  California Pines covers 15,000 acres surrounded by 2 million acres of the Modoc National Forest.

The California Pines POA >>

California Pines is a peaceful and uncrowded retreat with green meadows, towering trees and trickling streams. It's a place to escape and become part of a tranquil and laid-back community, then come to California Pines and escape to this outdoor paradise.

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The Hill Units of California Pines are almost all covered with tall juniper trees. The elevation in the Hill Units varies from 5,000 to 6,400 feet.  Enjoy three stocked trout ponds and three campgrounds there.  Seasonal streams and a variety of springs also dot the hillside.

In the mood for a day trip? Burney Falls is just an hour away, and both the Lassen Volcanic National Park & Mt. Shasta are two hours away!

Surround yourself with California's natural beauty, you won't be disappointed!

NOTE: The California Pines Property Owners Association maintains common areas for the benefit of the property owners, residents and the general public.  The 2024 POA fee is $105 and will become the responsibility of the buyer.

Legal Description: Lot 76, Block 22, California Pines Unit 3, a subdivision of the County of Modoc according to the official Plat thereof, filed in Book 2 of Maps in Modoc County Records.

Approximate Coordinates: 41°17'36.3"N 120°47'20.6"W

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Lakefront Property in Chippewa County, Michigan!

Lot # 21      

Welcome to Chippewa County, Michigan!

On the eastern end of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, you’ll find Chippewa County, a wonderland of unspoiled natural beauty, world-renowned landmarks, and over a thousand years of Native American history. The county covers 2,698 square miles, has 456 miles of Great Lakes shoreline, 34 inland lakes over 50 acres in size, and nearly 458,000 acres of public recreation land. There are 11 marinas and 7 first-class golf courses.

About Chippewa County! >>

Northern Michigan Beaches’ Voted Best in the U.S! >>

Chippewa County enjoys miles of shoreline along the St. Marys River, as well as frontage on Lake Huron and Lake Superior. Inland, the County is the perfect mix of forest, agricultural land, and urban center. The County seat is located in Sault Ste. Marie – home to the famous Soo Locks. Chippewa County was founded in 1826 and was a home to Ojibwe (Chippewa) Indians long before that. Today, the County is home to the Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians and the Bay Mills Indian Community.

This lot is nestled right under the border of Canada and St. Marys River, in the upper north region of Michigan. Experience rushing waterfalls, majestic forests, rocky coastlines and picturesque lighthouses!

Conveniently located close to the Kewadin Casino, Rotary Island Park, Lake Superior State University, Sanderson Field Airport, Canada, Soo Brewing Company, I-75, 4-Mile Beach, Great Lake Superior, and several hotels, convenience stores, shopping malls, and campgrounds! 

Explore the Attractions Here >>

Great Lakes Michigan & Huron are less than an hour away! 

Don't miss this opportunity; there's something here for everyone!

NOTE: There was previously a house on the lot that was demolished. There is a possibility the buyer might incur an additional tax of $100 per month for 48 months.

Legal Description: Supervisor's Plat # 1 of Bruce Township Subdivision: Lot 6

Approximate Coordinates: 46°21'40.7"N 84°14'04.9"W

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Michigan's Prime Four-Seasons Lakes of the North Community!

Lot # 22      

Enjoy the four seasons from your new home in the Lakes of the North community in Antrim County. This peaceful and quiet location transforms seasonally from snow-covered white in winter, to spring green, to comfortable summer days, then magnificent shades in fall. The community is located about 25 minutes from Boyne Mountain Resort and Shanty Creek Resort; one hour from Traverse City or 30 minutes from Gaylord.

Welcome to Antrim County! >>

Things to See & Do in Antrim County! >> 

Lakes of the North is a group of 19 subdivisions that straddles the Otsego-Antrim county line. 

Amenities include an 18-Hole Golf Course, Pro-Shop, full-service Restaurant/Tavern all of which are Open to the Public.  Member exclusive areas include Pencil Lake and Harold Lake beach access and beach houses, Activities Clubhouse with a Pool, Whirlpool, Water Slide, along with two outdoor Tennis/Pickleball Courts, Shuffleboard, Horseshoes and playground. 

The Winter Sports area has an Ice Rink, Cross Country Ski and Snowshoe trails which serve as hiking trails in the summer.  

Campers Village is an all-season facility for members to enjoy with their camper.  

Throughout and surrounding Lakes of the North you will find hundreds of miles of ATV/Snowmobile Trails to ride on.

Learn About Lakes of the North Association >> 

This 0.66 acre lot is located in the Lakes of the North Villa subdivision, less than 10 minutes from Lake Harold.

Each vacant lot in Lakes of the North is buildable and is rural in character. All building plans need approval by the association's Architectural Control Committee. Lots do not have water, septic, or electricity. Construction would require a private well and sewage disposal system. If there is electricity in the area, it can be extended to your lot.

Building restrictions include a minimum square footage that varies by subdivision. Mobile homes, trailers, camping and storage are prohibited on all vacant lots. Commercial use is also prohibited (including for rentals and short-term rentals).  

For complete building information, please see Lakes of the North – Restrictive Covenants >>, paying particular attention to Article VI (Architectural Control Committee) and Article VII (Building and Use Limitations).

Lakes of the North is known for its picturesque landscapes, featuring serene lakes surrounded by lush forests and offering a peaceful retreat for residents and visitors alike. Bid now!

NOTE: The Association’s 2024 annual assessments are $332 covering the year from April 1, 2024 to March 31, 2025.  The buyer will be responsible for payment of the amount of the annual assessment in the fiscal year when the deed is recorded. The buyer must also register with the Association as a land owner by completing the required document (to be provided along with the recorded deed).

Legal Description: LOT 303 LAKE OF THE NORTH VILLA

Approximate Coordinates: 44°55'28.5"N 84°55'23.7"W

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Enjoy Peaceful Polk County, Florida!

Lot # 23      

Here is your chance to own a piece of Florida!

This one acre plat of land is located in a peaceful, wooded area in southeastern Polk County, about 12 miles North of a plethora of lakes! It is located about 50 miles south of Orlando and 50 miles east of Tampa.

This parcel does not have frontage on a county maintained road. For this reason, the starting bid is deeply discounted, enhancing the attractiveness of this parcel as a long term investment.

Why Invest in Vacant Land? >> 

With over 2,000 square miles of land and water, Polk County is Florida’s fourth largest county. Polk County is located in the geographic center of Florida and along Central Florida’s I-4 corridor.

Experience Polk County >>

Florida has surpassed New York as the third-largest state in terms of population, going from 18,801,310 residents in 2010 to 22,359,251 (and counting) in 2023. This growth pushes up demand for land needed for additional housing, facilities to serve the growing population, and so on!

See Why Polk County is One of the Fastest Growing Counties! >>

With millions of visitors each year to its beaches, major amusement parks centered around Orlando and cruise ships departing from ports on both coasts, tourism is a major contributor to Florida's robust economy.

Purchasing this piece of Florida will diversify your investment portfolio. Don’t miss this opportunity!

NOTE: Polk County does not permit living in RVs at any time.

Legal Description: S 132 FT OF N 1452 FT OF W 330 FT OF E 660 FT OF NE1/4 OF SEC BEING TRACT 82 OF UNRE ORLANDO PINES UNIT 4

Approximate Coordinates: 28°13'33.8"N 81°44'27.2"W

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Build Your Home in Imperial County, California!

Lot # 24      

This is a rare opportunity to own a piece of land in one of California's most beautiful and diverse regions. Don't miss your chance to experience the beauty of Southern California!

In recent news, the Salton Sea area has attracted attention as a huge source of lithium, used in electric vehicle lithium-ion batteries. The California Energy Commission estimates that there’s enough lithium there to surpass the current production now existing worldwide! Several companies have begun exploring the potential for lithium extraction, boding well for future employment opportunities.

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This lot is located on Huron Ave in Salton City, about half mile west of the Salton Sea. With its level desert landscape as a background, enjoy the variety of outdoor dune buggy driving excursions and other adventures. 

Just a short drive to restaurants, campgrounds, the Red Earth Casino, Mowgood Mountain, and more! 

To return to small city life, head 40 miles south to the city of Brawley, ranked in the top 10 fastest growing cities in California.

Top things to do in Brawley >>

For more adventure, travel east from Brawley, 25 miles on Highway 78 to the Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area, the largest dune complex in California. The sand dunes extend more than 40 miles along the eastern edge of the Imperial Valley, split by Highway 78. Off-road vehicles are permitted. To the north, (the green section on the map), you are free to walk but there's no sign and no trailhead.

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In just under an hour, you can take in the wonders of two magnificent spots: the Joshua Tree National Park or the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. They are opposite directions from this lot, but well worth the visit!

Bid now, and enjoy sea & mountain views with this California lot!

Legal Description: LOT 07 BLOCK 02 TRACT 544 FM 5-63

Property Address: 1069 Huron Ave, Thermal, CA 92274

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Buildable Lot Between a Lake & a Golf Course, in Wolverine, Michigan!

Lot # 25      

Build your getaway home on this 0.34 acre lot, located off of Golfcrest Drive between a lake and a golf course! 

Cheboygan County is situated in the northern part of Michigan's Lower Peninsula partly along Lake Huron's shoreline. It is known for its scenic beauty, with a mix of forests, lakes, and rivers allowing ample opportunities for boating, fishing, hiking and hunting.

Area Activities & Attractions! >>

Your Cheboygan County Bucket List! >>

The Inland Waterway, a navigable route of rivers and lakes, provides excellent boating and fishing. Bois Blanc Island, located in Lake Huron, is a popular destination for its natural beauty. State parks like Cheboygan State Park and Aloha State Park offer camping, hiking, wildlife watching and other outdoor activities. Several lakes, including Mullet Lake and Burt Lake, offer excellent fishing and water sports.

Part of Mackinaw City, a popular tourist destination, lies within Cheboygan County. Mackinaw City is known for its views of the Mackinac Bridge, which connects Michigan's Upper and Lower Peninsulas.  Take a stroll around the city to shop for unique gifts and dine in the downtown area on some fish and chowder right from Lake Huron!

While technically not in Cheboygan County but nearby, Mackinac Island is a must-visit destination with no motorized vehicles allowed. Families can enjoy biking, horse-drawn carriage rides, and exploring historic sites like Fort Mackinac.

The county also boasts some historical sites, including the Cheboygan Crib Lighthouse, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. There are also various historical museums and cultural attractions which provide educational and enriching experiences for families.

Amazing Cheboygan: Beaches, Lighthouses & Restaurants! >>

During the winter, residents and visitors can enjoy snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, and ice fishing. The region's snowfall provides opportunities for winter sports enthusiasts.

Golf enthusiasts can play at local golf courses with picturesque views of the countryside.

Throughout the year, the county hosts various events and festivals, including summer festivals, fairs, and cultural celebrations.

Check Out the Summer Cheboygan County Fair! >>

Needless to say, Cheboygan county offers activities for everyone!  The bonus here is the peaceful and picturesque natural surroundings which make this an ideal place for relaxation and unwinding as well!

NOTE: This lot is located in an area where the active Wildwood Valley Property Owners Association exists. Membership is non-mandatory and the buyer can decide to join at any time if they desire. Annual dues are $75.  

Legal Description: GOLFVIEW ESTATES SUB, LOT 28. (SEC 21,T33N,R2W) 297/504

Approximate Coordinates: 45°14'25.7"N 84°34'03.1"W

 

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