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0.86 Acres Lot in Millsboro, DE!

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Cash Price

$70,000 $80,000
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Description

Beautiful lot just under an acre located southwest of Millsboro, just minutes to Delaware’s beaches! Lot size of 0.85+/- with NO HOA, NO BUILDER TIE-IN, and NO DEED RESTRICTIONS! Bring your RV, bring your building plans and enjoy Delaware’s amazing low taxes for your dream home! Site work has NOT been done; to be performed by buyer(s).

Property Information

Address: Laurel Rd
County: Sussex
State: Delaware
Size: 0.86 Acres
APN: 133-24.00-1.16
Legal Description: S/RT 24 1550’W/RT 413B
Zoning:  AR1
Roads: Paved Road
Terrain: Flat
Property Tax: $66.83

Approximate Distance to Nearby Attractions

28 min (19.2 miles) to Dogfish Head Craft Breweryn

30 min (20.7 miles) to Edward H. McCabe Nature Preserve

23 min (19.2 miles) to Baywood Greens Golf Course

30 min (20.7 miles) to Fenwick Island State Park

15 min (11.7 miles) to Go on an Adventure with Quest Kayak Guided Tours

Approximate Distance to Nearby Cities & Points of Interest

34 min (28.8 miles) to Milford, Delaware 19963, USA

1 hr 6 min (49.1 miles) to Easton, Maryland 21601, USA

Google Map Link: https://goo.gl/maps/wEoGtavFQenYjPLn9

GPS COORDINATES

Center of Lot GPS: 38.534513, -75.369508

GPS Corners of the Parcel:

NW: 38.534833, -75.369809

NE: 38.534935, -75.369442

SE: 38.534166, -75.369177

SW: 38.534051, -75.369542

Google Map Link for Corners of Property:

NW: https://goo.gl/maps/X3U2BTPXfUog3Z5F7

NE: https://goo.gl/maps/mektBdwxEfaoZYck6

SE: https://goo.gl/maps/M7dpQ6oexmybZwLb8

SW: https://goo.gl/maps/Mb1qb3UzWRzb1kdy8

Property Features

Parcel Size

0.86 Acres

State

Delaware

County

Sussex

Parcel Number

133-24.00-1.16

Address

MILLSBORO, DE, 19966

Legal Description

S/RT 24 1550’W/RT 413B

Nearby Attractions/City

Easton, MD

Easton is an incorporated town in and the county seat of Talbot County, Maryland, United States.

The town of Easton received its official beginning from an Act of the Assembly of the Province of Maryland dated November 4, 1710. The act was entitled, “An Act for the Building of a Court House for Talbot County, at Armstrong’s Old Field near Pitt’s Bridge”. Pitt’s Bridge crossed a stream forming the headwaters of the Tred Avon or Third Haven River. It was located at a point where North Washington Street crosses this stream, now enclosed in culverts, north of the Talbottown Shopping Center, and passes under the Electric Plant property.