Bill Dean
Bill Dean

$ 389,900
3979 Lost Dauphin Rd   Sold
Spectacular building site w/ over 1000 ft of prime Fox River frontage. Property encompasses its very own wooded peninsula & surveyed to include 2 building sites. Ideally would make an incredible site for one home! Peninsula jets out into Fox River on one side & on the other side is over 1570 ft of Apple Creek frontage. Very unique property; completely private, scenic & incredible price!

$ 350,000
3575 Nicolet Dr 1&2   Sold
Beautiful exceptional huge sand beach with location offering safe dock/mooring protection from NE waves 3.6 acre lot ideal for both size and location with all city municipal services Incredible building site One of a kind and priced to sell Extra room for extra garage swimming pool tennis court whatever building site should be out of FEMA flood plain Call for details

$ 199,900
1625 Forest Murmer   Sold
Beautiful 224` water frontage parcel in Southern Door County on the bay. Wooded, private, has a well, mound system, and a 5-stall garage. Total estimated acreage is 3.2 acres. Call today for a private showing. Special assessment $135 for garage/recycle. Zoned: rural residential.

$ 78,900
3096 Nuthatch Ln 12
Approx 800ft along Oconto River with mature forest covering large areas of property. Building site area is already open and level - all ready for your dream home. Property had a soil test for a conventional septic system in 2003 - new test required.

$ 48,900
1937 Lakeside Pl 5   Sold
Bayshore lot that includes older 20x21 2 car garage main area of lot could be out of the flood plain nearly 1/2 acre lot with all city services at street.

$ 24,900 - $39,000
Bay Hill Terrace Subdivision - 4 Lots available
New Community Inside Dyckesville. All Single Family Home Sites That Include Larger Lots, All With Public Sewer (lateral) And Buried Utilities. Great Location Only Minutes From Green Bay And Less Than 30 Minutes From Sturgeon Bay. Mostly Flat Lot Sloping D

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