Easley, SC Anderson Country Land 0. acre for sale in Easley, SC

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This area has plenty of empty lots to give you the privacy you need, and it is located in an area of high-end homes. There is a short four-foot slope on the property down from the road, but other than that it is relatively flat. There are a few scattered trees, with mostly grass terrain. The roads are paved and there is power nearby. Lot is located only a half-hour from Greenville, and Pickens Creek is only a short distance away. Owner financing available.

Property Number 9108

Road Access: Paved Road

Slope Description: Mostly Flat

Legal Description: ALL that certain piece, parcel or lot of land situate, lying and being in the State of South Carolina, County of Anderson, being shown and designated as Lot Number Eight-Four (84), Avendell Subdivision Phase I, on Plat prepared by Nu-South Surveying, Inc., Earl B. O'Brien, SCRLS 10755, dated October 17, 2005, recorded in the Office of the Register of Deeds for Anderson County, South Carolina, in Plat Slide 1573 at Pages 3 and 4, 5 and 6, 7 and 8. THIS being the same property conveyed to TAX EASE FL REO, LLC a/k/a TAX EASE FLORIDA REO, LLC by Quitclaim Deed of South Carolina Sandy Tyger, LLC a/k/a South Carolina Sandy Tyger Investments, LLC, a Texas limited liability company recorded June 14, 2014 in Book 11450, at Page 309 in the Office of the Anderson County Register of Deeds, State of South Carolina.

Dimensions: 140' x 180'

Zoning: Residential

Zoning Code: R-20 (Residential)

Zoning Definition: Single-Family dwellings and single-family detached-manufactured multi-section home. (Subject to county review) permitted. Property setbacks: Front 20 ft, Side 10% of lot width, Rear 5 ft.

  • Price: $25,000

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