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Reggie Caruthers
Reggie Caruthers
Oxford Land Company
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Great, Fast-growing Location

4221 CR 106, Oxford, Florida 34484 - Sumter County
$849,000 3.11 Acres
Property ID 3045141

Description

This promising property lies in a rapidly growing area of Oxford. Parcels are east of a succsessful retail/professional strip and south of Murphy Oil & the under-construction corner of CR 105 & CR 466. Site has frontage on CR 106, then runs south along CSX railway. Two residences and other structures on site, may be utilized or razed for new construction. One block south of high-traffic CR 466 and a short distance east of US 301

1112 sf residence built in 1946, 1952 sf residence built in 2001 (has pool) and pole barn on site. This is a transitional property still partially used as residential in a commercial area. Sumter County Parcels D17=037, D17=080, D17=096 and D17=124. Rezoning required.

Directions

From US 301 in Oxford, Travel east on CR 106, cross RR, property on right (south side of roadway).

Financing Options

Mortgage Options
Conventional Mortgage

Land

Barn Information
Barn(s)

Property Tax Exemption
Yes

Road Frontage Desc
Asphalt
County

Number of Wells
2

Property Type
Single Family

Street/Utilities
Asphalt
Outside City Limits
Overhead Utilities
Septic
Well

Present Use
Residential Single

Proposed Use
Commercial

Topography
Level

Tax Data (Show Tax Data)

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Reggie Caruthers

Oxford Land Company

11262 N US Hwy 301
Oxford, FL 34484

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