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7.30 Acres Of Land For Sale In Sequim, Washington
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Private 7.30 acre parcel with great water views in the upper Happy Valley area of Sequim. Property looks down on Bell Hill. Building site has been cleared, road built to the site, and perked for septic system with registration. Property features multiple ponds with water coming from hillside above. PUD electric estimate for setting a J-box is coming in.
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