• MLS® #: 219073875
  • 4959 N Lapeer Rd

  • Deerfield Twp, MI 48421
  • $99,700
  • 6.10 Acres
  • Vacant Land
  • Office: Keller Williams Paint Creek

11,000 Cars/day. Commercial / Residential Property on Busy Lapeer Rd / M-24. Could be turned into Industrial Property. Great location for car dealership, strip mall or other business. Deerfield Twp is proposing a marijuana ordinance, expected late 2019, and this would be a great location for a Provisioning Center / Dispensary or Micro Business, and is one of only a few properties in Deerfield Twp that would meet guidelines under typical ordinance requirements. Over 10,000 residents within 5 miles. Front 495 ft zoned commercial; back 349 ft zoned agricultural. Excellent opportunity in this property!

Essential Information

  • MLS® #219073875
  • Price$99,700
  • Acres6.10
  • TypeVacant Land
  • StatusActive

Community Information

  • Address4959 N Lapeer Rd
  • Area09051-Deerfield Twp
  • CityDeerfield Twp
  • CountyLapeer
  • StateMI
  • Zip Code48421


  • WaterfrontCreek


  • Lot Description346 x 844 x 271 x 91 x 764

School Information

  • DistrictLakeville

Additional Information

  • ZoningAgricultural, Commercial

Property Summary : Located in Deerfield Twp in the 48421 zip code, this home was built in Unknown and is Unknown square feet with Unknown bedrooms and Unknown bathrooms on 6.10 acres. It has been on the market for 60 days with an original listing price of $99,700. 4959 N Lapeer Rd is part of the Lakeville School District.

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