Frances St 0.84

Frances 0.84 Acre Molalla, OR 97038

Frances 0.84 Acre, Molalla, OR, 97038
Frances 0.84 Acre, Molalla, OR, 97038 Frances 0.84 Acre, Molalla, OR, 97038
FOR SALE
Property Type:
Other Land
Amount:
$270,000
Last Verified:
Jan 09, 2024

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Highlights

  • Land Area: 0.84 (approximately)
  • Zoning: Molalla- PSP- Public/ Semi Public
  • Land use: RSFR- Single Family Residence
  • Primary School: Molalla Elementary School
  • High School: Molalla High School

Description

This property benefits from a unique zoning status that permits a combination of public or residential development. Developers have the freedom to craft projects that cater to both the community's needs and the demand for housing (Buyer to complete due diligence for zone change with the city)


Discover an exceptional real estate opportunity with this 0.84-acre parcel of land in Molalla's thriving community. It is located next to Molalla public swimming pool. Uniquely zoned for public use, with the option to rezone to residential use, this property offers many possibilities for developers and investors alike. Whether you envision a mixed-use development, a community-oriented project, or a blend of residential and public amenities, this versatile land is the canvas upon which your vision can become a reality.

Lot Size: 0.84 acres


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Map of Frances 0.84 Acre, Molalla, OR, 97038

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