Owner willing to listen to reasonable offers.

3112 Oleander Ave Fort Pierce, FL 34982

Property Type:
Other Land
. $199,000
Last Verified:
Oct 13, 2017


  • 1.16 acres of clear ready to build land
  • 362 ft on Oleander Ave 160 ft deep
  • Natural gas pipeline on the front of the property
  • Fiber Optic Cable across the street
  • Railway line just to the south of the property


1.16 ac of clear land with Natural Gas line on the property and a Fiber Optic cable across the street.
362 ft on Oleander Ave and 160 ft deep
Great location for a stand-alone retail storefront or shop
1/2 block south of Edwards Rd in the City of Fort Pierce.
Just across the road from the Fort Pierce Roads and Bridge Department.
The owners are willing to listen to any reasonable offer.
They may even hold financing for the right deal

1/2 Block south of Ewards Rd on Oleander Ave
Just across the road from the Fort Pierce Roads and Bridge Department.

Lot Size: 1.16 acres

Map of 3112 Oleander Ave, Fort Pierce, FL, 34982


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