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Franktown, CO Douglas Country Land 36. acre for sale in Franktown, CO

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Amazing close in acreage! Best in Douglas County! Over 35 Tree Acres with fantastic views! These don't come around very often! Only 10 minutes to Parker, paved all the way! Owner will carry! Hurry! Agent Owned!

  • Price: $799,900

Land for Development in Mason, Michigan, Ref# 10835116

Land for Development in Mason, Michigan, Ref# 10835116

Mason, MI
Posted on: January 25
Land for Development in Mason, Michigan. Asking price: 34,400 USD. Access mondinion.com/md/10835116/ for more details....

Land for Development in Ridgway, Colorado, Ref# 10138028

Land for Development in Ridgway, Colorado, Ref# 10138028

Ridgway, CO
Posted on: January 25
Land for Development in Ridgway, Colorado. Asking price: 149,000 USD. Features: Pet Friendly, Parking, Mountain View. More Information and Features: Ridgway, Colorado, Log Hill, Golf Course, Mountain Views, Telluride. Access mondinion.com/md/10138028/ for more details....

Land for Development in Ulster, Pennsylvania, Ref# 10135115

Land for Development in Ulster, Pennsylvania, Ref# 10135115

Ulster, PA
Posted on: January 25
Land for Development in Ulster, Pennsylvania. Asking price: 190,000 USD. Access mondinion.com/md/10135115/ for more details....

Land for Development in Ulster, Pennsylvania, Ref# 10135101

Land for Development in Ulster, Pennsylvania, Ref# 10135101

Ulster, PA
Posted on: January 25
Land for Development in Ulster, Pennsylvania. Asking price: 190,000 USD. Access mondinion.com/md/10135101/ for more details....

Land for Development in Suffolk, Virginia, Ref# 10132044

Land for Development in Suffolk, Virginia, Ref# 10132044

Suffolk, VA
Posted on: January 25
Land for Development in Suffolk, Virginia. Asking price: 69,990 USD. Access mondinion.com/md/10132044/ for more details....

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