Forth Of July Lot FOR SALE

Dated: 06/30/2019

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Hey There! 

I wanted to wish everyone a fun and safe 4th Of July!


Now...that's outta the way. I wanted everyone to see this awesome lot... that is less than a 1/2 mile to the beach.    Lot 4 is one of 19 lots for sale in the Gulf Shore Manor...aka Old Seagrove Beach and its HIGH AND DRY. Sorry for yelling, but this neighborhood is just east of Seaside and is looking for an owner to build. It's priced at $157,000, which is the lowest high and dry lot in the area...as of yet.  There isn't an HOA, so you don't have to worry about building times.  Heck...buy the lot and wait a couple years if that's what you're into.   Either way, it needs to sell...Click the link. And don't play with Fireworks...HAPPY FORTH! Image title


Eric Davis |Realtor ®

The Jonathan Hill Team | 30A Local Properties

Emerald Coast Association of Realtors Political Action Committee Member

Cell: 850.797.0545

Eric@30ALocal.com



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A native Floridian, Eric Ryan Davis, graduated college in Broward county and earned a degree from Johnson & Wales university in Miami where he met his wife. Together they ran a successful business, sp....

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