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Main Photo: Lot 24 Bridle Path in Labelle: 406-Queens County Vacant Land for sale (South Shore)  : MLS®# 202126349
Photo 1: Lot 24 Bridle Path in Labelle: 406-Queens County Vacant Land for sale (South Shore)  : MLS®# 202126349
Photo 2: Lot 24 Bridle Path in Labelle: 406-Queens County Vacant Land for sale (South Shore)  : MLS®# 202126349
Photo 3: Lot 24 Bridle Path in Labelle: 406-Queens County Vacant Land for sale (South Shore)  : MLS®# 202126349
Status:
Active
Prop. Type:
Vacant Land
MLS® Num:
202126349
Looking for a getaway near some of the best lakes on the South Shore? Look no further. This beautiful 38,000 sq. foot lot is now available! All lot owners in this area have deeded access to the lake system of Ponhook & Molega Lakes. Power runs past the lot, so you will have easy access to tap into a power source! Call today for more information.
Listing Sub-Area:
406-Queens County
Property Type:
Vacant Land
Land Type:
Vacant Lot(s)
Title To Land:
Freehold
Prop Size:
0.5 to 0.99 Acres
Lot Details:
38000 Sq Ft
Zoning:
Res
Water Supply:
None
Sewer:
None
Utilities:
Electricity
Driveway:
None
Hardwood Bush, Softwood Bush
No
Possession Info:
Negotiable
Listed Date:
Days on Mkt:
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Listed by EXIT Realty Inter Lake Liverpool
Data was last updated December 7, 2021 at 03:20 PM (UTC)
Area Statistics
Listings on market:
94
Avg list price:
$85,000
Min list price:
$10,900
Max list price:
$305,000
Avg days on market:
163
Min days on market:
8
Max days on market:
1,161
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.
SCOTT ROBINSON