Titusville Florida 2 multifamily Back to Back Residential Lots / Pre Foreclosure
Current price $1,125.00
Listing type Chinese
Location Grant, Florida 329** US
Quantity sold 1
Quantity available 1
Seller 40under99 (31)
Seller rating 100% positive feedback
Property Address West Street, Titusville FL
State/Province New York
Seller State Of Residence New York
Zip/Postal Code 32780
City Titusville, Florida
Type Homesite, Lot
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These are 2 amazing Back to Back Residential Lots.
PARCEL ID: 22-35-04-00-757
THAT PART OF GOVT LOT 1 LYING S OF WEST ST E OF DRAINAGE
DITCH & WEST OF ORB 78 PG 343 AS DES IN ORB 1269 PG 1045
0008 - VACANT RESIDENTIAL LAND (MULTI-FAMILY, UNPLATTED)
LOT SIZE: 0.09ac = 3,920.4sf
PARCEL ID: 22-35-04-00-763
LAND DESCRIPTION: S 1/2 OF E 1/2 OF S 17 AC OF LOT 1 AS DES IN ORB 24 PG 597 EX DB 435 PG 418,ORB 25 PG 113,309 PG 398,602 PG 64,592 PG 160
LOT SIZE: 0.08ac = 3,484.8sf
FLORIDA REAL ESTATE PROPERTIES AND LAND GO UP EVERY YEAR!
"BUY LAND THEY ARE NOT MAKING ANY MORE OF THE STUFF!" -WILL ROGERS
Titusville is a city in and the county seat of Brevard County, Florida, United States. The city's population was 43,761 as of the 2010 United States Census. Titusville is located along the Indian River, west of Merritt Island and the Kennedy Space Center, and south-southwest of the Canaveral National Seashore. It is a principal city of the Palm Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Near Titusville is the Windover Archeological Site, a National Historic Landmark recognizing its important collection of human remains and artifacts of the early Archaic Period (6,000 to 5,000 BCE.)
A secondary, de facto county seat was established beginning in 1989 at Viera, Florida, in the geographic center of the county, to better serve the more populous southern portion of the county.
Titusville is located at 28°35′28″N 80°49′12″W (28.591210, -80.819911) in the northern half of Brevard County. According to the US Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 34.2 square miles (88.7 km2). 29.4 square miles (76.1 km2) of it is land, and 4.9 square miles (12.7 km2) of it (14.26 percent) is water. Titusville is located on the Indian River Lagoon, part of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway.
The city is the only place in the world where the endangered Dicerandra thinicola, or "Titusville mint" grows. The fields are located along a 13 miles (21 km) strip between the Titusville wellfield and Mims.
Many of Titusville's major employers are aerospace companies. Knight's Armament Company in Titusville is believed to be the state's largest manufacturer of small arms. Parrish Medical Center, located in Titusville, is the city's largest employer. In October 2013, Barn Light Electric Company opened a new manufacturing plant, providing work for at least 60 former NASA workers and men who had completed drug rehabilitation.
The city has benefited from tourism associated with the space program, and the TICO Warbird Air Show each March draws about 40,000–50,000 visitors.
While 47 miles (76 km) from the event, the city gets a noticeable economic effect from bikers on their way to the annual Daytona Beach Bike Week.
Titusville has a population of over 43,000, covering over 30 square miles. Titusville is bordered on the west by the St. Johns River, the eastern edge runs along the Indian River Lagoon providing access to the Merritt Island Wildlife Refuge, Canaveral National Seashore and Kennedy Space Center. Titusville's central location offers easy access to Daytona International Speedway, Port Canaveral and all Orlando attractions. Titusville is a convenient destination with four international airports nearby. Titusville is the best place on the east coast for viewing rocket launches. Other activities include surfing, kite boarding, bird watching, year round golf, skydiving, world class fresh and saltwater fishing, along with thrilling airboat rides. In Titusville, you will find accommodations for every budget, a full range of dining options, including plenty of opportunities to taste the local delicacy known as rock shrimp, a nostalgic downtown filled with quirky shops, and rich, unspoiled natural landscapes that beckon explorers of all ages.
Brevard County is located in the east central portion of the U.S. state of Florida. As of the 2010 census, the population was 543,376, making it the 10th most populated county in Florida. The official county seat has been located in Titusville since 1894. Brevard County comprises the Palm Bay?Melbourne?Titusville, FL Metropolitan Statistical Area. It is located along the east Florida coast and bordered by the Atlantic Ocean.
With an economy strongly influenced by the John F. Kennedy Space Center, Brevard County is also known as the Space Coast. As such, it was designated with the telephone area code 321, as in 3-2-1 liftoff. The county is named after Theodore Washington Brevard, an early Florida settler and state comptroller.
Main article: History of Brevard County, Florida
The history of Brevard County begins with the prehistory of native cultures living in the area for thousands of years prior to the arrival of Europeans in the 16th century. The Windover Archeological Site, discovered in 1982, was found during excavation to have the largest collection of human remains and artifacts of the early Archaic Period (6,000-5,000 BCE), or more than 8,000 years before present. It has been designated as a National Historic Landmark.
The geographic boundaries of the county have changed significantly since its founding by European Americans in the 19th century. The county is named for Judge Theodore W. Brevard, an early settler and state comptroller.
The Brevard-Volusia county line
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 1,557 square miles (4,030 km2), of which 1,016 square miles (2,630 km2) is land and 541 square miles (1,400 km2) (34.8%) is water. Most of the water is the Atlantic Ocean, the St. Johns River and the Indian River Lagoon. The county is larger in area than the nation of Samoa and nearly the same size, and population, as Cape Verde. It is one-third the size of the state of Rhode Island.
Located halfway between Jacksonville and Miami, Brevard County extends 72 miles (116 km) from north to south, and averages 26.5 miles (42.6 km) wide. Marshes in the western part of this county are the source of the St. Johns River. Emphasizing its position as halfway down Florida are two roads that have been numbered halfway down Florida's numbering system, State Road 50 and State Road 500.
The Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway along the eastern edge of Brevard County is the major waterway route in Brevard County. It includes the Indian River. Additional waterways include Lake Washington, Lake Poinsett, Lake Winder, Sawgrass Lake, the St. Johns River, and the Banana River. Dredging for the Intracoastal created 41 spoil islands in the Brevard portion of the Indian River.
The underlying limestone in the county is relatively young at 150,000 years old. This means that the ground will not develop the sinkholes that are prevalent in the spine of Florida, where limestone is from 15 to 25 million years old. The soil contains high levels of phosphorus.
Volusia County - north
Indian River County - south
Osceola County - southwest
Orange County - west
There are 4,000 species of animals locally. Common mammals include North American river otters, bobcats, white-tailed deer, raccoons, marsh rabbits, and opossum. Feral pigs, introduced by Europeans, present an occasional traffic hazard. Lovebug season occurs twice annually in May and August?September. Motorists, usually, encounter swarms of these while driving during a four-week period. Deer flies are particularly noticeable from April through June. There were 596 manatees in Brevard County in 2009, out of a total of 3,802 in the state. This is a decline from 2007 when there was a total of 859 out of a state total of 2,817. Bottlenose dolphin are commonly seen in the intercoastal waterway. The venomous brown recluse spider is not native to the area but has found the environment congenial. The Florida Butterfly Monitoring Network has counted species of butterflies monthly for a year since 2007. In 2010, it counted 45 species. Included are zebra swallowtail butterflies. Fish and reptiles include alligators, red snapper, sea turtles, scrub lizards, and rat snakes. There are an estimated 3,500 gopher tortoises in the county. They are on the endangered list.
North Atlantic right whales give birth near the coast of Brevard, among other places, from November 15 to April 15. They are rare, a protected species.
Turkey vultures, a migrating species, are protected by federal law. They migrate north in the summer and return in September.
The county's most common winter bird is the lesser scaup, a diving duck. In 2008, half a million were counted. In 2010, 15,000 were estimated. Local bird counts indicate that there are at least 163 species of birds in the county. Other birds include the red-shouldered hawk, the loggerhead shrike, the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker, Cooper's hawks, pileated woodpeckers, Savannah sparrows, rails (which also includes coots), Florida scrub jays (an endangered species), wood storks, grackles, great horned owls, northern mockingbirds, brown thrashers, catbirds, green-winged teals, greater yellowlegs, western sandpipers, least sandpipers, dowitchers, and American white pelicans. Peak migration in the fall is from the last week in September through the first week in October. Fall migration tends to be stronger than spring because birds typically take different flyways.
Live oak trees, various grasses, and juniper plants were sufficiently common to generate pollen noticeable by some people in February 2011. Native trees include cabbage palm (the state tree of Florida), fringetree, coral bean, sweet acacia, geiger tree, firebush, beautyberry, coral honeysuckle, and blanket flower. Native plants include sea grape, red mulberry, purslane, dandelion, Spanish bayonet, blackberry, Jerusalem artichoke, dogwood, and gallberry.
On the east coast of the state, mangroves have normally dominated the coast from Cocoa Beach southward. Northward these may compete with salt marshes moving in from the north, depending on the annual weather conditions.
PICTURES AND THINGS TO DO IN THE AREA:
Guided Hike and Yoga Adventure in Fox Lake Park
Florida Bioluminescence Kayaking Tour | Haulover Canal
Canaveral National Seashore
Enchanted Forest Sanctuary
Judge George Robbins House
North Brevard Historical Museum
St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church
Titusville Commercial District
American Police Hall of Fame & Museum
United States Astronaut Hall of Fame
US Space Walk of Fame and Museum
Valiant Air Command Warbird Museum
Sebastian Inlet ChartersGrant Antique Mall
New England Eatery & Pub
Held's Indian River Island Adventures
Williams Blueberry Farm
Fifth Avenue Art Gallery
Nasa Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
Rikki Tiki Tavern
The Dinosaur Store
Victory Casino Cruises
Merritt island National Wildlife Refuge
Florida Beer Company
Cape Canaveral Lighthouse
Cocoa Beach Skate Park
VIDEOS OF THE AREA:
https://youtu.be/lQAYhgZea8w (XL Travel| Things to do in Titusville, FL Vlog)
https://youtu.be/I8EJh4pWs5o (Unofficial Titusville, FL Tourism video,
By: Ryan Williams)
https://youtu.be/OMbfQ1Tt2_w (Top 15. Best Tourist Attractions
in Titusville, Florida)
https://youtu.be/X_30ZVU4MsM (Titusville, Florida | Best Things To (Grant Florida REDFISH, SNAPPER, GROUPER,
LADYFISH, TROUT, JACKS AND MANATEES)
https://youtu.be/TGK_FNKIgow (MANGET FISHING AT A FEW POPULAR BOAT
RAMPS IN PALM BAY AND GRANT FL.)
https://youtu.be/IIErJtRCryE (Grant Historical House seen from the air.)
https://youtu.be/NrcSJcNEBrA (Wild Snook Ride! (Wade Fishing Indian River)
https://youtu.be/Oka0ZBiDxRI (Brevard County Florida Lifestyle)
https://youtu.be/g1ebh73VUhg (Moving to Brevard County, FL,
The Space Coast - Local Knowledge, Insights, and Tips!)
https://youtu.be/qWQcGaUlPvU (17 Best Things to Do in Melbourne, FL)
https://youtu.be/GWhahFyd6o0 (Top 5 Best Things to do in Melbourne FL | Melbourne Florida)
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