KRAMP Road, Breslau, Ontario, Canada
This land parcel is currently outside of the urban area for the City of Breslau. The Region of Waterloo has a plan that is recommending that this land be included in an expanded urban area that is waiting for approval. There is a residential development going on now that is not far from this land parcel. There is also a new Go Train station planned for this area. The land is quite flat. It is currently being leased to a farmer on an annual basis. It is zoned agricultural. This is a great opportunity for developers to acquire this land for future development potential.
- Property Address: KRAMP Road, Breslau, Ontario, Canada
- Property Type: Residential
- Lot Size: 1582.66 x 651.71 1582.66 ft Frontage
- Acreage: 25 - 49.99 Acres
- Sewage Type: None
- Water Type: None
- Structure Type: Vacant Lot(s)
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