This is a large pie-shaped lot situated at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac just north of Crestview, FL. Surrounded with other similar single-family homes, nearby restaurants and shopping, creeks and rivers, just about anything you want is within a short drive.
The property is about 8 miles to downtown Crestview and only about 4 miles to the Bob Sikes Airport, and about 35 miles drive south to access the Gulf Shores.
This property is valued at more than $30,000. Buy this today and you can get this for only $15,000 (cash price) – save up to 50% off retail price!
Similar properties in the area are listed and have sold, for over $30K.
This property has many options. This lot is sold as-is. Seller makes no representations or warranties as to the permitted uses of the property. Buyer is responsible for contacting the Okaloosa County to verify what can and can’t be built on this lot and/or what restrictions are currently in place.
Here is a 360° street view of the property:
The Property at the end of a quiet, private cul-de-sac. Electric and Telephone utilities placed right next to property.
About Okaloosa County, FL:
Okaloosa County is located in the north-western portion of Florida, extending from the Gulf of Mexico to the Alabama state line. According to history, the word Okaloosa is a Choctaw word meaning "black water". "Oka" means water, and "lusa" is black in the Choctaw language.
Okaloosa County has been known to have great coastal communities, friendly people, lots of amazing vacation destinations, white sand beaches, world-class golf courses, and outstanding shopping and restaurants. Also, this county also has a significant contribution in the area of technology with its high-tech employment, particularly in aviation, aerospace, and defense.
Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport, Interstate 10, and the Bob Sikes Industrial Airpark are part of a unique transportation infrastructure of Okaloosa County. Also, this county is home to several Air Force and Army facilities, including Eglin Air Force Base, Hurlburt Field, and Duke Field.
This county is located 241 miles east of New Orleans, LA; 183 miles southwest of Albany, GA; 291 miles southeast of Jackson, MS and 139 miles south of Montgomery, AL.
About Crestview, FL:
Crestview is in Okaloosa County, FL. It is the county seat of Okaloosa County with an estimated population of 21,000. It is also a principal city of the Fort Walton Beach-Crestview-Destin Metropolitan Statistical Area.
This city is one of Florida's fastest growing cities, with residential developments, shopping, and land area to grow.
This city was once known as "the icebox of Florida", due to it having the coldest winters in the state. Crestview is now known as the "Hub City", because of the convergence of Interstate 10, State Road 85, U.S. Highway 90, the CSX railroad, and the Yellow River and Shoal River in or near the city.
Here are some recreational sites to visit in Crestview, FL:
Quick facts about Crestview, FL (from Bestplaces.net):
ECONOMY - Recent job growth is Positive. Crestview jobs have increased by 0.62 percent.
POPULATION - As of 2014, Crestview's population is 23,270 people. Since 2000, it has had a population growth of 135.38 percent.
TRANSPORTATION - Average Commute time is 26 minutes. The National Average is 26 minutes.
REAL ESTATE - The median home cost in Crestview is $142,700.
Option 1 - Pay in Full:
Purchase Price: $15,000 cash
+Deed Preparation/Closing/Recording: $500
Total Due: $15,500
Option 2 – Seller Financing (No Credit Checks):
Purchase Price: $17,500
+Deed Preparation/Closing/Recording/Loan Docs: $500
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These prices are before the monthly service charges. These fees will be an additional $30/month for loan servicing and liability insurance, 1/12 of the yearly tax bill per month (approx. $20). The total due today reflects the down payment as well as a one-time closing/recording fee of $500 due upon agreement acceptance, as well as a 4-month reserve for taxes. You may pay off the property at any time with no pre-payment penalty.
**Buyer is responsible for verifying all information with the County as to what can and can't be done with the property. Buyer will need to work with the County to attain the proper permits if needed. Buyer will also need to confirm the availability of any utilities needed or serviced on the property. Seller makes no warranties or representations about the land, its condition, or what can be built on the property.
PROPERTY ADDRESS: Sonny Ln, Crestview, Okaloosa County, FL, USA, 32539