Main Photo: Roy Turner Road in Milton: 406-Queens County Vacant Land for sale (South Shore)  : MLS®# 202310249
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Status:
Sold
Prop. Type:
Vacant Land
MLS® Num:
202310249
Amazing opportunity for a new development. This 27 acre property has potential for a multi unit development, or even a new subdivision. It is located just outside of the Town of Liverpool borders, so you'll enjoy county taxes, while also being extremely close to the town amenities that Liverpool has to offer. This property is only 30 mins away from Bridgewater and 1.5 hrs to Halifax. Call today for more information!
Price:
$89,000
Property Type:
Vacant Land
Lot Size:
26.95 acre(s)
MLS® Num:
202310249
Status:
Sold
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Listed by EXIT Realty Inter Lake Liverpool
Data was last updated May 18, 2024 at 11:20 PM (UTC)
Area Statistics
Listings on market:
134
Avg list price:
$65,450
Min list price:
$11,900
Max list price:
$582,000
Avg days on market:
154
Min days on market:
2
Max days on market:
845
These statistics are generated based on the current listing's property type and located in 406-Queens County. Average values are derived using median calculations.
KRISTOPHER SNARBY