I own a residential lot in North Brunswick,NJ. If anyone is interested, the only problem is it's landlocked.

It's a large lot for someone who is a builder to buy for speculation. I've been paying taxes on it for quite
sometime. My parents left it to me. We lived on Newton St. and they sub-divided the property, hoping
Antonio Dr. would keep that street going up to my lot. Beautiful lot, not expensive. Thank you
In Selling Property - Asked by Carolyn R. - Jul 8, 2016
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RAJ P.
Owner/Investor
Brea, CA

can you send me more detail for what zone who big lot

Jul 10, 2016
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John P.
Broker/Agent
Glen Burnie, MD

Carolyn
Most State property laws protect property owners from becoming "Land-Locked". Here in Maryland someone adjoining must cooperate in easement agreement of other solution.
Check with your County land planner/Zoning group or a local attorney versed in these types of law.
I suggest this without any specific knowledge of your particular property or the laws of NJ.

Jul 11, 2016
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