Build your own custom home, free from restraints from home owners’ associations, on six secluded, shovel-ready acres nestled in the pines in Evesham Township, NJ on Hopewell Road. All Evesham Twp. and Burlington County approvals to build are in place, including environmentals, endangered species studies, well, septic and the coveted Pinelands Certificate of Filing, good in perpetuity. All Pineland approvals have been granted on the entire six acre tract, not just the minimum one-acre building envelope. This means that along with a custom home, you have potential to build other structures. The six acre lot requirement in Evesham Township will soon be increased to eight acres, so take advantage of this opportunity now! 6 acre wooded Buildable lot with ALL approvals in Marlton/Evesham! Design and Build your dream home set back off Hopewell Road, close to 73 access for shopping, restaurants and yet not so close to neighbors. Lot has approvals for well and septic. Please request approval Documents. Floor plans and Renderings are for sample purposes only.
Listing courtesy of Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.. Contact: (610) 225-7440
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