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0.93 Acres Of Land For Sale In Foxboro, Massachusetts
LOT 23 CONWAY LANE
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Beautiful wooded lot in phase II of Lawson Farm subdivision of new custom homes. Underground utilities, natural GAS heat, public water and private septic. Bring your own builder or bring your plans and we can put a builder package together. Conveniently located near highways, commuter rail and shopping.
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