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  • Price$299,000
  • Acres0.17

117 S 40th Street, Mexico Beach

This is one of the best lots on the market in Mexico Beach and is aggressively priced to sell for a full size lot this close to the beach. This is a true 2nd tier lot with only 2 buildable parcels between you and the beach. There was a home on the lot that was destroyed by the hurricane and thus has water and sewer taps included. The owner has had the lot professionally cleared and it's ready for you to begin designing your dream home. This lot is close enough to the beach that you'll have to get a DEP permit for building as it's inside the CCCL line.

Essential Information

  • MLS® #682671
  • Price$299,000
  • Acres0.17
  • TypeResidential Land
  • Sub-TypeResidential Lots
  • StatusActive


  • UtilitiesElectric, Public Sewer, Public Water

School Information

  • ElementaryPort St. Joe
  • MiddlePort St. Joe
  • HighPort St. Joe

Listing Details

  • Listing Office98 Real Estate Group, LLC

Community Information

  • Address117 S 40th Street
  • Area05 - Bay County - East
  • SubdivisionNo Named Subdivision
  • CityMexico Beach
  • CountyBay
  • StateFL
  • Zip Code32456


  • Lot DescriptionWithin 1/2 Mile to Water, Aerials/Topo Availbl, Build To Suit, Coastal Construction Control Line

Additional Information

  • Date ListedApril 19th, 2019
  • Days on Market157
  • ZoningResid Single Family
  • HOA$0
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