If you’re looking to spend your days in the Florida sunshine, relaxing on the sandy beaches of Pensacola, this high and dry 0.16 acre parcel might be just what you’re looking for. Recently surveyed. Tucked away in the Ferry Pass community of Pensacola and minutes from everything you need, this lot could be the perfect canvas for a stunning new home or a great investment opportunity. Power is running at the street for hookup – Municipal water is available for hookup – septic needs installed. Also, check out our owner financing option that allows you to start utilizing or building on the property while making monthly payments.
Just minutes from convenient amenities, you won’t have to travel far for shopping, local schools, medical services, and so much more. Pensacola is known for its sandy beaches and natural beauty, but the area also has so much more to offer. With miles of pristine white-sand beaches and emerald waters, you can find your favorite spot to relax on the beach, but there’s also more to the city of Pensacola than meets the eye. Get close to nature at Big Lagoon State Park, brush up on history at several museums in the area, explore the downtown, hit the greens to practice your swing, or get involved with several annual festivals held in the area. No matter your interests, you will find something to enjoy in the area. Assignment of Contract.
021S300501002001 (Recently surveyed and split)
Academy Drive Pensacola, FL 32514
THAT PART OF 2, TOWNSHIP 1 SOUTH, RANGE 30 WEST, (JOSEPH NORIEGA GRANT) B11DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT THE…
$130 (estimate from county)
Power at Street
Municipal Water Available for Hookup – Septic needs installed
HDR with Future Land Use (FLU): MU-U
High & Dry – Level – Wooded
Nearby Cities / Attractions
For a dose of Southern culture in a tropical paradise, look no further than Pensacola, Florida. This Gulf of Mexico spot, which sits on the Florida panhandle, in only 15 miles from the Alabama border – and only a three-hour drive east of New Orleans, which means the friendliness and hospitality characteristics of the Deep South are found here. But Pensacola’s white powdery sands and glittering emerald waters give a its coastal attractions an almost Caribbean feel. A fierce patriotism and love for the military are also of note here. And indeed, Pensacola’s military presence can be felt throughout the area – including discounts for retired and active military members at some of the best things to do, such as the Pensacola Lighthouse, and at local restaurants and businesses.
Swim through the verdant clear sea, hike the trails and get closer to nature in Big Lagoon State Park. Revisit the past through the Living History demonstration at Old Pensacola Village – these are just a few of the most fun things to do in Pensacola.
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