Lake Lot Sale PendingUNIQUE, SURVEYED, 0.23 acre lot overlooking 42 ACRE LAKE surrounded by wilderness & quiet country-living. Located 1 row over off lake frontage and right by beach & boat launch area. USE THIS AS YOU WISH. This A-1 Zoned. Create your small FISHING WEEKEND GET-AWAYCABIN, AFFORDABLE FAMILY FUN SWIMMING & FISHING, SMALL NATURE LAKE LIFE, or MAYBE A TINY HOUSE??.... Maybe create an INVESTMENT PROPERTY . This 43 acre no-wake lake has a max depth of approx. 45ft and is held to be one of the area's best pan fishing locations. Enjoy catching muskie, large mouth bass, black crappie, and more. & most of the land surrounding it is privately owned. Several small & a few larger cottages (some recently built) are located on the lake proper. The Indiana DNR maintains a beach, dock, and boat ramp on the lake. The lake is roughly 15mins to I-69 & Fort Wayne shops and amenities. It is also within highly desired NW Allen County school district. Electricity available. No Natural gas of knowledge; propane would be an option for fuel. No public water or sewer available; an onsite sewage system & well would be required for water & sewer (need septic engineer & soil scientist to determine onsite sewage). Current well on site. No active HOA or dues. Lot dimensions approx. 60 x 148 x 93 x 122'e visit the lake and drive by the area to see!
- Location: Lake Everett
- Acres: 0.230
- County: Allen County
- Property Taxes: $20
- MLS #: 202336436
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|Added:||Oct 06, 2023|
|Updated on:||Oct 06, 2023|
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Listing Agent: Margo Maassen, American Dream Team Real Estate Brokers Inc, 260-255-8111, 260-444-7440 Listing Site, Listing Status: Pending
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