Brevard County, Mims Florida Hugh 1.25 ac Residential Lot / Pre-Foreclosure
Current price $1,185.00
Listing type Chinese
Location Oak Hill, Florida 327** US
Quantity sold 1
Quantity available 1
Seller 40under99 (31)
Seller rating 100% positive feedback
Property Address Oak Hill, FL
State/Province New York
Seller State Of Residence New York
Zip/Postal Code 32759
City Oak Hill, Florida
Type Homesite, Lot
Serious Bidders Only
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Vacant Single Family Residential
PT OF LOT 1 AS DES IN ORB 2406 PG 964 A/K/A TR 283N IN
SEC K-2 OF CAPE ATLANTIC ESTATES
PARCEL ID# 20G-34-41-00-134
LOT SIZE: 1.25 Acres = 54,450sf
APPROX. PHYSICAL ADDRESS:
Oak Hill FL 32759
This property is in a nice area off the county of Volusia in Brevard, Mims
and in Oak Hill right off the I95.The right side of the highway
is populated and this side is an up and coming area!
2 FOR 1 SALE!
Winner of this auction will also receive a 36 x24 Fine Art Poster
"Big Loud Screaming Blonde" by Tom Everhart as seen in picture!
FLORIDA REAL ESTATE PROPERTIES AND LAND GO UP EVERY YEAR!
"BUY LAND THEY ARE NOT MAKING ANY MORE OF THE STUFF!" -WILL ROGERS
Mims is a census-designated place (CDP) in Brevard County, Florida. The population was 7,058 at the 2010 United States Census. It is part of the Titusville, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Mims is located at 28°40′7″N 80°50′53″W (28.668670, -80.847949).
According to the United States Census Bureau, the CDP has a total area of 22.4 square miles (57.9 km2), of which 17.0 square miles (44.1 km2) is land and 5.3 square miles (13.7 km2), or 23.71%, is water.
Praxair in Mims produces liquid oxygen for the Kennedy Space Center.
Harry T. Moore, a civil rights leader, teacher and founder of the Brevard County NAACP, was murdered in Mims with his wife, Harriette; they were fatally injured by a bomb exploding under their home on Christmas Eve, 1951. Moore died the next day; his wife died on January 3, 1952. The murder was racially motivated and believed to have been committed by members of the Ku Klux Klan. The FBI investigated the case in 1951-1952, and the county and state in the 1970s and 1990s. The state reinvestigated in 2005, after suspected perpetrators had died. No one was ever prosecuted.
Multiple sites in Mims and Brevard County are dedicated to the Moores including the Moore Memorial Park and Cultural Center in Mims.
Welcome to Oak Hill
The City of Oak Hill is the southernmost city in Southeast Volusia County. The location is rich in early Florida history. It was the site of an Indian village called Surruque el Viejo near el Baradero de Suroc, which was seen on French cartographer Jacque Lemoyne’s map of 1564.
Several English settlers were in the area during the later 1700’s. Seminole Wars chased away northern timber cutters who named their camp Oak Hill. Arad Sheldon, a resident of that time 1856, took the four bodies massacred just to the north by wagon to New Smyrna Beach.
Following the Territorial Days of Florida, permanent settlers began moving into the area. Statehood seemed to provide stability for organized communities. By the Civil War years, Oak Hill was changing: a salt works was operating, part-time stores were open, and a man named Mitchell had planted the first orange grove.
Following the war, settlers began arriving in the area from many places. The local cemetery has eleven Civil War veteran burials – five unions and six confederates.
Hotels, stores, and a post office were established. A school operated by Rev. Wicks in the Congregational Church served a few white students in the morning and several black students in the afternoon. A public school for white students was constructed in the early 1890’s and a prominent black freedman, Bill Williams, provided instruction and space for black students in 1901. A public school for black students was constructed in 1927.
Businesswise weather was a crucial factor in area economics, as most people were either citrus growers or commercial fisherman. Circumstances have had a tremendous impact on these occupations in recent years. Very few citizens are involved with these jobs now. Most commute between their Oak Hill home to New Smyrna or Edgewater, to the Canaveral Seashore Park, or to Kennedy Space Center.
The City of Oak Hill was first chartered in 1927. Local government was based on a Mayor/Commission with each commissioner functioning as head of a municipal department. The city was later disbanded in 1930. The country was in a depression and the city petitioned the government to inactivate the charter, which was granted. The city later petitioned the government in 1962 to reactivate the charter. Clarence Goodrich was the city's mayor from 1963 to 1989, spanning 26 years.
Today, the City of Oak Hill is valiantly working towards improving its economic, environmental, and cultural standing, while preserving the richness of its history and heritage, so that residents can enjoy the changes that progress brings in these new times without losing the precious quality of days gone by.
OAK HILL, FLORIDA
OAK HILL IS A CITY IN VOLUSIA COUNTY, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES. THE POPULATION WAS 1,792 AT THE 2010 CENSUS.
OAK HILL IS A CITY ON THE ATLANTIC COASTLINE OF VOLUSIA COUNTY. IT IS LOCATED AT 28°53′05″N 80°50′49″W.
ACCORDING TO THE UNITED STATES CENSUS BUREAU, THE CITY HAS A TOTAL AREA OF 11.7 SQUARE MILES (30.3 KM2), OF WHICH 6.6 SQUARE MILES (17.0 KM2) IS LAND AND 5.1 SQUARE MILES (13.2 KM2) (43.75%) IS WATER.
PICTURES AND THINGS TO DO IN THE AREA:
River Breeze Park
Canaveral National Seashore
Tug of War Charters
Adams Fly Co
Oak Hill Flea Market
Ever After Farms
Williams Blueberry Farm
Buck Lake Conservation Area
Indian River Preserve Golf Course
Full Tale Outdoors
Loughman Lake Airboat Rides
Fishing in Orlando
VIDEOS OF THE AREA:
https://youtu.be/CkVgLYol6Lo (Driving through Oak Hill, Florida)
https://youtu.be/bdN6nA_Q-zo (Riding Through Oak Hill Florida on
my CSC RX3)
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