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This brand new subdivision offers the best of both worlds: the atmosphere of a nature getaway with the quality often reserved for compact suburbs. Each lot is unique (although all are wooded!), allowing you to pick the setting that best works for you.
There are Protective Covenants on all lots, designed to maintain the quality of the land. This includes using our Custom Builder for all new homes.
Though this lot is not on the lake, each lot has access to the large private lake at the center of Kingston Lake Estates. Lakefront lots can be found on MLS #22011596.
This listing is a subsection of MLS #22011839, which is for Kingston Lake Estates - Phase One. All lots can be sold separately or in combination. Horses/livestock are only allowed in the subdivision on lots with more than 20 acres - for all of Phase One, this requires multiple lots. There are multiple lots in Phase Two (MLS #22011596) above 20 acres.
Directions: Head south down Hwy 21 past Washington State Park. Turn right onto Hwy 47. About 4 miles down the road Short Rd and Cedar Hollow share an entrance right off of Hwy 47. This package of land includes lots facing both roads.
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Listed By: Cody Barton of Worth Clark Realty