0.17 Acre Vacant Land Bank Owned Lot in Lee Vining Estates

Lot 9 Paoha Drive, Lee Vining, CA 93541

Lee Vining Estates Foreclosure
This Bank Owned Foreclosure, vacant land lot in the town of Lee Vining is waiting for you to build your new custom dream home. Close to the HWY 395 Scenic By Way and Gateway to Yosemite National Forest. This vacant lot measuring 0.17 acres in the Lee Vining Estates has great mountain views and is just a short drive into town. Bank of America pre-approval required on all offers.

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Basic Features

Listing Price: $18,900.00
Price Per Square Foot: $2.55
List Type: REO
Status: SOLD
Address: Lot 9 Paoha Drive
City: Lee Vining
State: CA
ZIP: 93541
MLS # (if any): 103983
Square Feet: None
Number of Acres: 0.17
Bedrooms: None
Bathrooms: None
Basement: None
Garage Capacity: None
Garage Type: None

Additional Features

Foreclosed On Date: July 22, 2011
Transfer Value: $81,000.00
Property Type: Lot/Vacant Land
Year Built: n/a
Closing Date: October 24, 2011
County: Mono
Community: Lee Vining
Project Name: Lee Vining Estates
HOA Fees: None
Sold Price: $20,000.00

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