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239 Properties:

$1,000,000

Town Center at Palm Coast - Lots 17 and 18 of Phase 2

5.58 acres
1185 Central Avenue Palm Coast FL 32164
3
PLATINUM
NOW: $1,000,000 WAS: $1,980,000 49% Price reduction CDD Bond Obligation paid off by Seller at Closing Development opportunity within 5 minutes of I-95! Perfectly situated less than 10 minutes fro...
Daryl Carter, Maury L. Carter & Associates,Inc.
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$1,500,000

Town Center at Palm Coast - Lots 1 and 2 of Phase 5

9.46 acres
775 Town Center Boulevard Palm Coast FL 32164
4
PLATINUM
NOW: $1,500,000 WAS: $1,700,000 11% Price reducation CDD Obligation paid off by Seller at Closing Development opportunity within 5 minutes of I-95! Perfectly situated less than 10 minutes from th...
Daryl Carter, Maury L. Carter & Associates,Inc.
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$1,600,000

Town Center at Palm Coast - Lots 2,3 and 4 of Phase 8

12.34 acres
Central Avenue Palm Coast FL 32137
3
PLATINUM
NOW: $1,600,000 WAS: $2,886,000 44% Price reduction CDD Bond Obligation paid by Seller at Closing Development opportunity within 5 minutes of I-95! Perfectly situated less than 10 minutes from th...
Daryl Carter, Maury L. Carter & Associates,Inc.
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Flagler County, FL Land Info

Flagler County is a large urban county located in a busy metropolitan area of Florida. Of the 67 counties in Florida, Flagler County ranks 35th in terms of its population (105,392, according to 2015 Census estimates). The county is also considered popular among retirees. At 571 square miles, Flagler County is Florida's 59th biggest county (covering one percent of the state). Recent internal data place the average per-acre value of land for sale in Flagler County at $4,498, with an average list price of $4.6 million for land and farms for sale in Flagler County. The main agricultural staple here is livestock (defined as cattle, poultry, hog or other farming, as well as related products such as dairy). Farming activities in Flagler County generate annual revenues of $17 million, 92 percent of which is from livestock products and eight percent from crop harvests.

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