0.285 acre lot near Okeechobee town center—great to build or invest!
Reserve this property using all cash or a terms (owner financing) agreement to make your property ownership dreams come true. If you change your mind after reserving the property, you have 30 days for a full refund of your down payment. The document fees are non-refundable. We will be in touch within 24 hours to proceed with our agreement and take care of all the necessary documentation.
Nice oversized lot close to the center of Okeechobee’s growing community. Nature lovers paradise. Escape from the noise and crowd’s of the city. But when you get the itch, Fort Pierce, Vero Beach, Palm Beach, Fort Myers, and Orlando are all within a 45 to 90 minute drive! Ready to build and also approved for placement of Mobile Home. No HOA. High and dry. Fenced. Walking distance from Hwy-70. Centrally located closed to restaurants, shopping centers, local jobs, great schools and Lake Okeechobee. Mature trees for shades. Call before it is gone. Make it yours today !
NE 16th Avenue Okeechobee 34972
RIVERSIDE PARK SUBDIVISION (PLAT BOOK 1 PAGE 23) LOTS 1 u0026 2 BLOCK 10
135 ft x 92 ft
corner lot with asphalt road on north and east sides.
electrical poles across street
Okeechobee Utilities 863-763-9460
RSF – Residential Single Family
Flood Zone Designation
Option to self-close or through local title company. If through Title company, buyer is responsible for title insurance and title company closing costs. We pay recording and transfer fees and pro-rated property taxes
$249 non-refundable document fee plus down payment secures the property under a land contract. Deed is recorded in Buyer(s) name with the County immediately upon pay-off.
Lake Okeechobee (of course!)
Atlantic Ocean beaches
Hunting and world class fishing
Hiking and Biking
Golf, golf, golf and more golf
Small town living with Big Time attractions—isn’t it time you started the life you’ve always wanted in Okeechobee County?
Did you know about Lake Okeechobee?
Known at various times throughout history as Laguna del Espiritu Santo, and Mayaimi, Lake Okeechobee—from two Seminole Indian words meaning “big water”—is located in the center of Florida. It covers 730 square miles, has 135 miles of shoreline, and an average depth of nine feet. It is the second-largest freshwater lake in the continental United States after Lake Michigan. This amazing lake is known to be one of the best fisheries in the world and is host to a number of fishing tournaments for both professionals and the weekend angler.