4.9 acres in Osceola County, Florida
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4.9 acres in Osceola County, Florida

HICKORY TREE ROAD, Saint Cloud , Florida 34772 - Osceola County
$199,900 4.90 Acres
Property ID 6094776

Description

Huge Price Adjustment. WOW! Definitely priced to sell Peaceful country living on your very own nearly 5 acre parcel in the sought after Hickory Tree Road area. This is a very rare find. Bring your horses and RVs!! No HOA or CDDs here. Make this dream property yours today! This is a great place to build your custom dream home and barn in this community. You will be near the access to the Alligator chain of lakes which is just around the corner. This lot is located within a few miles to Narcoossee Road, less than 25 minutes to Lake Nona, the Orlando International Airport the 417 and 528. If you want to take a trip to the beach ... you can take the 192 and get to the Melbourne area beaches or take the 528 to Cocoa area beaches ... either way the trip is only 45 minutes /-. Awesome schools and shopping within close proximity. This is a great opportunity to build your dream home. 4.9 Acres - cleared ,ready to build. Please check this property out.

Directions

Head west out of Saint Cloud on HWY 192, turn south on Hickory Tree Road. As you pass Albritton Road (Lake Gentry Farms) be looking on your right, the access road to the property will be on your right. Follow the Goodwin Realty signs to the property.

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