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3701 W Taft Rd N, Bruce Twp
Beautiful, large 194-acre farm in Bruce Township ready for your development plans. Adjacent to Ford Proving Grounds. Zoned R-1 single-family (2 -acre min lot, min 150-foot road frontage). Frontage on Taft Rd (approximate 3,934 feet). Splits available. Frontage on 3 roads (Taft, Fisher, 34-Mile). Natural gas line along Fisher Road and western end of Taft Rd. Consumers Energy gas transmission line crosses both parcels along the northern part of the parcels. Gas maps on Realcomp server. Subject to 2020 farmer's crop rights. There are several AGI buildings (dairy barn, pole barn, milk house, silos, etc.) on the property and a well. Note house removed several years ago. Farm is composed of 2 parcels, which are listed separately as well. One parcel has 73.792 acres (MLS: 218090379), and the other is 120 acres with the farm buildings MLS: 218110200). The legal for the 120-acre parcel is not up to date as of 11/12/18 due to a boundary adjustment completed in August 2018. Acreage is 120.
- MLS® #218110282
- TypeVacant Land
- Lot Descriptionirregular
- ZoningAgricultural, Residential
- Address3701 W Taft Rd N
- Area03011-Bruce Twp
- CityBruce Twp
- Zip Code48065
- Listing OfficeCoulter Real Estate
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