2462 Westhorpe Dr. Malabar
Vacant Lot For Sale By Owner: $68,000.00
(Realtor-Owned, no solicitations please!)
Subdivision: Oakmont Preserve
HOA: $750.00 per year - Gated
Acreage: 1.39 - Not in a flood zone!
Schools: Palm Bay High, Stone Middle School, Port Malabar Elementary
2019 taxes: $722.00
Call Angela Directly at 321-750-3784
Build your dream home of 2500 sq.ft. or more on this 1.39-acre lot in the gated community of Oakmont Preserve. This lot #7 was chosen for its North-South exposure (Front faces south) and the unique situation in that the lot to the east (lot #8) is approximately 50% encumbered with non-buildable conservation area, and in this realtor-owners opinion (60 ft setback requirement) it will be very difficult to sell for that reason, leaving lots of nature right next door! (See plat map below). This lot also has an abundance of mature oak trees, and a fabulous location on the mainland of Brevard County. It, along with the neighboring lots on either side are some of the "highest & driest" in the neighborhood requiring less fill than most of the other lots further east. Building setback is 60 ft from the street, and the back 25ft is a vegetative buffer no-build zone.
Relax with neighbors over evening libations, around your fire pit while the occasional train whistles faintly in the background. The careful planning of this community has allowed for 50% of the 200 hundred acre setting to be utilized for lakes and nature preserves. It is not uncommon to see wild deer or bunnies crossing the street! All of the acre-plus lots are deed restricted to protect your investment for years to come, private streets, underground utilities, and the security of locked-community mailboxes where you might just make a new friend!
The Town of Malabar is small and not heavily populated, yet its proximity to the beaches, Eastern Florida State College, downtown Melbourne, the Melbourne Airport, loads of shopping and the Palm Bay Hospital are literally, minutes away. This is an opportunity to have a country setting with "elbow room" while still reaping the benefits of big-city conveniences.