|Cash Sale||$ 12,500|
|Processing Fee||$ 499|
|Deed Type||Warranty Deed|
|Location||, Fort Pierce, FL 34946|
|Legal Description||HARMONY HEIGHTS ADDN BLK G LOT 11 (OR 2423-2063, 2073)|
|Lot Size||0.29 Acres|
|Utilities||Utilities – Water/Sewer/Electricity Available, Cable TV, Electric, Telephone|
This is a beautiful, deep, wooded lot in a private subdivision. This lot is located near canal where its great for fishing and canoeing. Many newer homes in this neighborhood. All utilities are in place.. Zoned for a brand new luxury home up too 4000 sq ft Utility Description:Cable TV, Electric, Telephone Lot Size: 12780 sq ft
Fort Pierce, often called the Sunrise City, has been the hub of St. Lucie County, Florida for over 100 years. Situated on the "Treasure Coast", named after the famed sinking of a Spanish treasure fleet in 1715, Fort Pierce is one of the oldest communities on the east coast of Florida. Incorporated in 1901, the city grew from 300 pioneers to approximately 41,000 residents today and encompasses approximately 29 square miles. Fort Pierce city is a diverse yet neighborly community, embracing both the richness of our heritage and the promise of the future in St. Lucie County. Downtown has retained its old Florida charm and scale, as it has welcomed new development and revitalization. The historic waterfront downtown affords residents contemporary shopping, dining, great fishing and a range of entertainment and activities from the Farmers'Market, Bike Night, Friday Fest, Jazz Market and the city owned and operated historic, 1,200-seat Sunrise Theatre for the Performing Arts. The climate of Ft. Pierce is generally a humid subtropical climate, although it closely borders a tropical savanna climate. Summertime temperatures range between 80 and 100 degrees F. Temperatures in the winter range between 55 and 80 degrees F, although some winter days can drop down below 40 degrees, but rarely fall below freezing. Due to the devastation caused at the Ft Pierce City Marina by hurricanes Frances and Jeanne in 2004, FEMA mandated a plan to ensure that the rebuilt facility would be protected from future such events before FEMA would release funding for the repairs. Starting in 2012, construction began to create 12 artificial barrier islands including oyster beds, lime rock artificial reefs, mangrove fringes and coastal dune. The "core" of the islands was constructed of geotextile tubes (sometimes referred to as geotubes) manufactured by Flint and covered by a coastal marine mattress and then armor stone. The project was completed in 2013 after 6 years of planning, permitting and construction and a cost of $18 million.
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