SOLDSold On: 5/19/2016 for $17,200This Property is No Longer Available
116 Roland LnBerry, KY 41003
116 Roland Ln
Berry, KY 41003
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I-75 to Corinth Exit - Left on Hwy 330 - Left on Hwy 25 - to Right on Hwy 36. Approx 6 miles to Left on Casey Hill to Right on Roland Lane. Lot at end of road on Right.
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116 Roland Ln Berry, KY 41003
Private - 2.6 acres of beautiful land to build your home on. Singlewides and doublewides are also welcomed . City water is located on the property along with electric, septic system, 18x37 carport, older tobacco barn, fire pit and 3 small outbuildings and a circular driveway. Property is completely fenced. Located at end of dead end road. Priced to sell!
NOTE: This property was sold on 5/19/2016 and is no longer available. The details listed below are believed accurate to the date of the sale and are subject to change.
|LOT Acreage:||1 to 4.999 Acres|
|Lot description:||2.6 acres|
|LOT Utilities:||Electricity, Telephone, Water|
|School district:||Harrison County Public|
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