3BR/2BA manufactured modular home on 15.6 acres in New Smyrna Beach

Your own piece of rural paradise awaits! This beautiful 15.6 acre parcel is partially cleared and has a modular home on the property. The modular home is a fixer upper and offers 3 bedrooms plus bonus room, 2 bathrooms and was built in 2000 per County records. Enjoy the sunrise and sunset on your front and rear deck. Wood burning fireplace for those cool winter nights. Home needs TLC but you can make it your own, or build your dream estate! Bring the horses and animals… there’s plenty of room to roam. An abundance of space for storage of your toys, equipment, and the like with small pole barn and shed/outbuilding. Two fenced horse pastures, gated entrance, and more. A few short minutes from New Smyrna Beach area shopping and restaurants, and just south of the World’s Most Famous Beach in Daytona. Zoned A-2 (Rural Agriculture) which has a magnitude of uses also allowing a single family home or manufactured modular dwelling. If you have been looking for secluded country living, this is it! Located at 4035 High Ridge Drive, New Smyrna Beach 32168

Only $249,000! Call, text, or email Susan Logan (386) 428-5550 or Susan@SamsulaRealEstate.com to set up a showing today. Will not last long!

Offered by Monahan & Associates Real Estate

Volusia County residents receive TRIM (Truth in Millage) notices

All Volusia County residents were mailed, and many received their TRIM (Truth in Millage) notices over the weekend. The Property Appraiser’s office has created a page explaining what the TRIM notice is comprised of, and better explains each section of this notice.

Please visit http://vcpa.vcgov.org/trimTool.html for a better explanation.

It is important to note the Property Appraiser’s office does values only. You will want to pay close attention to each taxing authorities public hearing dates and times as this is where they vote to adopt their proposed rates. What this means to you is they are voting to set the rates which can equate to increases, and sometimes decreases in your tax bill. If you disagree with the amount of your taxes, YOU MUST ATTEND these meetings and let your voice be heard!

This is also a good time to review the exemptions you are currently getting as there are a number of them… many of which can save you big bucks! Along with the homestead exemption, there are additional senior exemptions, disability exemptions, veteran and first responder exemptions, and many more!

Information on all exemptions can be viewed at http://vcpa.vcgov.org/exemptions.html.