4818 KING Street Beamsville, Ontario

  • 4818 KING Street, Beamsville, L3J0N5

Status: For sale
Address: 4818 KING Street, Beamsville, L3J0N5
MLS: 40148964
Type: Vacant Land / Freehold
Lot Size: 342.00'
Most picturesque piece of Subdivision lands in Lincoln, comprising of 31.713 acres approx 7 of which are zoned Residential Development Medium Density. The lots located along King St. have Lake Ontario and Toronto skyline views, The center part is approx 6 acres. Just a beautiful high, flat piece of land separated from the front by ravine and creek. All these are ravine lots and they too might have exceptional views of the lake as it sits so high. The back piece is under the Niagara Escarpment Commission and presently would allow a single residence. The property is located at the end of the Urban Boundary and just minutes to QEW and walk to town and all the amenities Beamsville has to offer. Beamsville is very active town with great restaurants wineries, Breweries, Distillery, but also walking distance to Bruce Trail. We have many runners, walkers, cyclists flat and hilly terrain and many trails along our creeks. Lots for children sports. Newly built skate park. Our Hospital is being rebuilt and and we have on demand bus...door to door service. A great community to be part of no matter how old or young you are, there something for you here. (id:36152)
Heating Fuel: N/A
Heating Type: N/A
Cooling: N/A
Water: Municipal water
Floor Space: 0
Lot Size: 342.00'
Basement Type: None
Basement Development: N/A

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