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60.69 acres in Osceola County, Florida

E IRLO BRONSON MEM HIGHWAY, Saint Cloud, Florida 34771 - Osceola County
$2,200,000 60.69 Acres
Property ID 2802486

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61 /- Future Zoned Mixed-Use Acres near Harmony and St. Cloud, FL, located in Osceola County's urban growth expansion area "District 6." Future density land use 5-25 units per acre, including single family and multi-family. Undeveloped and wooded with many pine trees. This sale includes triangle shaped parcel # 14-26-31-0000-0012-0000 (.64 acres) with approx. 332 ft Hwy 192 frontage, and connects to the larger, main parcel containing 60.69 acres. Road work expansion on E. Irlo Bronson/Hwy 192 in St. Cloud already underway to accommodate traffic volume in this growing area. This property could be perfect for a residential development and is located within the desirable school zone of Harmony. Also nearby is Osceola County's Florida Advanced Manufacturing Research Center, a new state-of-the-art smart sensors research facility, hosting research projects from central Florida companies for use in high-tech sensors production. Convenient to both Melbourne and Orlando Int'l Airports, VA and Nemours hospitals, as well as the US Tennis Assoc training facility in Lake Nona; and very close to Brevard beaches.

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Go east of St. Cloud on Hwy 192, approx. 3/4 mile past Old Melbourne Hwy. on left.

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PATRICIA MCCLOSKEY

WEICHERT REALTORS HALLMARK PRO

1134 New York Ave.
Saint Cloud, FL

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