• MLS® #: 219072921
  • 38822 Moravian Dr

  • Clinton Twp, MI 48036
  • $599,900
  • 4.00 Acres
  • Vacant Land
  • Office: Keller Williams Realty Central

Eight/Nine lot development backing to a Harrington Creek. Already approved by Clinton township. All drains in, and already managed by Clinton Township water and sewer department. Underground infrastructure. Rear lots back to water. Survey and approvals for a 8- 9 lot residential home development. Amazing development already started.Would be best used to build multifamily housing, condos, or assisted living facilities,( Plat in and approved for a 8 Lot Residential Development, sanitary line, Storm drain, Fire hydrant already installed

Essential Information

  • MLS® #219072921
  • Price$599,900
  • Acres4.00
  • TypeVacant Land
  • StatusActive

Community Information

  • Address38822 Moravian Dr
  • Area03111-Clinton Twp
  • SubdivisionMORAVIAN DRIVE FARMS
  • CityClinton Twp
  • CountyMacomb
  • StateMI
  • Zip Code48036

Amenities

  • Is WaterfrontYes

Waterfront

Canal Frontage, Lake/River Priv, Creek

Exterior

  • Lot Description933 x 253

School Information

  • DistrictChippewa Valley

Property Summary -- MORAVIAN DRIVE FARMS: Located in Clinton Twp in the 48036 zip code, this home was built in Unknown and is Unknown square feet with Unknown bedrooms and Unknown bathrooms on 4.00 acres. It has been on the market for 137 days with an original listing price of $599,900. 38822 Moravian Dr is part of the Chippewa Valley School District.

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