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Vacantland ()

265-266 Woodlake Boulevard
Tazewell, TN 37879

FOR SALE
Price: $25,000  List Date: 2021-06-08  DOM:  140
City Tax: $0 County Tax: $250

Lot Size: 2.01 acre(s)Lot Dimensions: 339.52 x 137.67 IRRLand Type: Lot/Tract, Residentia Other Features: None Permitted: Site Built Only 
Water & Sewage: At RoadUtilities Available: Cable Available, Electricity Available, Underground Utilities

Description

2.01 acre double lot located in Woodlake Golf Community. Lot is partially wooded and rolling. Couple of great building sites. Woodlake offers residents Norris Lake access with a community boat ramp and marina. HOA fees are $100/year per lot. Golf course membership is an additional cost. Summer memberships for tennis and swimming are also available. Subdivision has city water, community sewer, and underground electric. Restricted to site built homes with 1800 sq ft minimum. Woodlake also has an on-site restaurant. Build your dream home and live like you're on vacation all year! Tennessee has no STATE income tax. Many residents make the 30 minute drive to Kentucky to buy groceries (no sales tax). Small plane airport nearby.

Community Information

Geographical
County: Claiborne
Subdivision:
Zoning: Residential
School System
Out Of Area Elementary
Out Of Area Middle
Out Of Area High

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Listing by Remax Real Estate Ten Of Morristown
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