Sanford, FL Seminole Country Land 1. acre for sale in Sanford, FL

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Compass Lake Hills Dist 17 is home to Highway 231 and Sherry Circle a great residential location in Sanford. This corner lot 17 is not only vacant but available, stretching over 1.25 Acres of Seminole, Florida

Seminole County is a county in the state of Florida. As of the 2010 census, the population was 422,718. Its county seat and largest city is Sanford. Seminole County is included in the Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, FL Metropolitan Statistical Area. On July 21, 1821, there were two counties that formed Florida: Escambia to the west and St. Johns to the east. In 1824, the area to the south of St. Johns County was designated Mosquito County, with its seat at Enterprise. The county's name was changed to Orange County in 1845 when Florida became a state, and over the next 70 years several other counties were created. Seminole County was one of the last to split. Seminole County was created on April 25, 1913 out of part of the northern portion of Orange County by the Florida Legislature. It was named for the Seminole people who historically lived throughout the area. The name "Seminole" is thought to be derived from the Spanish word cimarron, meaning "wild" or "runaway." The library system was founded in 1978 by the Seminole County Board of County Commissioners. It contains 500,000 volumes and has a circulation of 2.5 million books annually. There are five branches, located in the cities of Casselberry, Sanford, Lake Mary, Oviedo, and Longwood. An online catalog is available including access to e-books and audio books. Library cards are restricted to county residents, property owners, students (enrolled in a county public school), or employed by the county government.

Please contact Gail Anderson at 1(401)467-4499 for more information.

  • Price: $32,500

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