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North DeLand Residential


DeLand, Florida

+/- 112 acres

Carter Road

DeLand, Florida


Under Contract

Property Details

PROPERTY TYPE: Residential Development
PROPERTY SUBTYPE: For Development, Agricultural Resource
TOTAL ACREAGE: +/- 112 acres
COST PER ACRE: $55,000/acre
COUNTY: Volusia
PRICE: $6,160,000

Property Description

North DeLand Residential is a property positioned for transition to residential development. Currently zoned for A-1A development, this property is located in Volusia County and shares a boundary with the City of DeLand which positions the property for annexation and rezoning.

Conveniently located to major thoroughfares like I-4 and I-95, there is ease of access to major cities, beaches, and the highway system throughout Florida. This property is in close proximity to a variety of Florida’s natural resources, like national and state parks, rivers, lakes, springs, and beaches, as well as municipal recreation including parks and trail systems. Historical downtown DeLand is within a few short miles and offers shopping, festivals, dining, and other entertainment. DeLand is also the home of Florida’s oldest private college, Stetson University. There are also a number of commercial and industrial parks that neighbor this property.

With a growth rate of 3%, DeLand is an optimal residency alternative to the nearby major cities of Orlando and Daytona, offering modern conveniences with a historic, hometown feel.


Jurisdiction: Volusia County
Land Use: Agricultural Resources
Zoning: A-1A
Annexation: Because property shares border with City of DeLand, there is possible annexation, land use, and zoning change through City of DeLand

– Water to site
– Sewer to site
– Capacity and line location to be verified by buyer

-Volusia County School District
-Stetson University, Florida’s oldest private college (within 15 minutes to site)

Industrial, Airport, Natural Resources
– Property borders DeLand Municipal Airport
– Located and borders commerce centers and industrial job hubs
– Located near many public amenities: national forests; state, local, and
county owned public lands; parks and recreation (one park borders site);
and more.
– Historic Downtown and modern conveniences offer all amenities of a
large city are within short driving distance: grocery, medical shopping,
dining, entertainment, and more.

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