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1.47 Acres Of Land For Sale In Manasquan, New Jersey
1615 LAKEWOOD ROAD
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Residential Lot 353 x 185, 1.47 Acres, 63,861 square feet. One of 8 lots in approved subdivision in sought after Manasquan Park. R30 zone, all lots meet or exceed requirements. This lot is the largest of the subdivision. Close to public access for the River. The main structure is on this lot and can be repurposed for a single family home.New construction being built on the surrounding lots. This lot is still available.
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