39 EUM Oversized Residential Lots

  • Asking $2,496.00 for a total of 18.2 acres of land
  • Asking $2,496.00 for a total of 18.2 acres of land
  • Asking $2,496.00 for a total of 18.2 acres of land
  • Asking $2,496.00 for a total of 18.2 acres of land
  • Asking $2,496.00 for a total of 18.2 acres of land
Description

Description

The property is comprised of 2 areas, the NW property (13.63 acres) and the SE property (4.58 acres) in relation to the intersection of 216 Street and SW 132 Avenue, Miami, Florida.

Both properties are located within the Urban Development Boundary (UDB) and are currently zoned AU- Agricultural.

The proposed use of these properties is residential and the sale is subject to EUM zoning which will bring 30 lots in the NW property and 9 lots in the SE property.

About the area

Property is in the same area as DR HORTON Bonita Isles development and Shore Development Inc. Toscana Estates development with single family homes average price of $406,000 and $440,000 respectively. DR Horton is one of the largest builders in the nation and Shore Developments Inc. one of the largest builders in Miami Dade County.

The property frontage 216 Street which is one of the most transit East/West streets in the Redland area and 132 Avenue.

The average listing price for Miami Homes for Sale in Trulia was $489,537 for the week ending September 24, 2014, which represents an increase of 5% or $23,163, compare to the prior week and increase of 3.7% or $17,530, compare to the week ending September 3rd. Average price per square foot for Miami FL was $179, an increase of 8.5% compare to the same period last year.

Household Population

Household Population

Household Population Radius
1 mile
2 miles
3 miles
2019 Projections
9,783
35,432
102,130
2014 Estimate
8,618
32,361
102,139
Average Household Income
$60,831
$57,084
$52,983
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