3 Lotus Ct, Bellingham, WA 98229

$69,000

Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Whatcom County, Inc..

List Price
$69,000
Status
ACTIVE
MLS#
1752572
Days on Market
19
Lot Size (sq ft)
6,000

Property Description

High quality, very gentle down-sloping, vacant property located adjacent to green-belt - in the lakeside and golf course community of Sudden Valley. Easy excavation and foundation here! The property has public services including water, sewer, electricity, and cable. Amazing neighborhood - the new home across the street just closed for over $700,000. Austin Creek meanders through the green-belt adjacent to the rear of the property - and you can hear it in the distance. The vacant lot to the left is owned by the Sudden Valley Community Assoc., and has been turned into permanent green-belt. The home to the right is on a triple lot. Enjoy loads of "elbow room" here! Bring your custom home designer, as this one is very special!

Additional Information

Community
Sudden Valley
Property Type
VACL
Style
40 - Res-Less thn 1 Ac
Restrictions
CC&R, NO Manufactured Homes
Improvements
Cable TV Available
Features
Brush, Evergreens
Waterfront
Yes
Waterfront Description
Creek
View
['Territorial']
Electricity
Available
Gas
Not Available
Water
Available
Sewer
Available
Annual Taxes
$91
Tax Year
2021
School District
Bellingham
Elementary School
Geneva Elem
Middle School
Kulshan Mid
High School
Bellingham High
Potential Terms
Cash Out
Lot Details
Dead End Street, Secluded
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