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254 SCOOTER DR
PANAMA CITY BEACH, FL


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This residential property was last sold on 06/15/2006 for $269,500. Additional outside features include a carport. This home is 1 story tall. This property is located in the NORTH LAGOON HEIGHTS PH 02 subdivision. Use Diedinhouse.com to learn of any stigmatized details and history about 254 SCOOTER DR.
What's nearby?
Cemeteries
3 miles from Shell Island
4 miles from Covington Cemetery
4 miles from Greenwood Cemetery
4 miles from Catholic Cemetery
5 miles from Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery
5 miles from Oakland Cemetery
5 miles from Hillside Cemetery
6 miles from Forest Lawn Memorial Cemetery
7 miles from Redwood Cemetery
8 miles from Millville Cemetery
9 miles from Parker Cemetery
9 miles from Lynn Haven Community Cemetery
9 miles from Marywood Cemetery
9 miles from Mount Hope Cemetery
9 miles from Callaway Cemetery
10 miles from Garden of Memories
10 miles from Southport Memorial Gardens
10 miles from Southport Community Cemetery
10 miles from West Bay Cemetery
10 miles from Evergreen Memorial Gardens
11 miles from Saint Thomas By-the-Sea Memory Garden
14 miles from Bayou George Cemetery
17 miles from Victory Faith Tabernacle Cemetery
17 miles from Gunlock Cemetery
18 miles from Kent Family Cemetery
19 miles from Morrell Cemetery
Tax Legal Information
5 4S 15W-1.395-29A-BEG 1000'N & 423' W OF SE COR OF SECT TH E 135' S 79' WLY & SWLY 80 W 110' NELY 190'TO POB AKA LOT 59 NORTH LAGOON HTS PHASE 11 UNR ORB 1788 P 1880 MAP 58A4 ORB 2508 P 941 ORB 2792 P 735 ORB 2850 P 752
59
NORTH LAGOON HEIGHTS PH 02
Tax Assessed Information
$130,438.00
$87,953.00
$42,485.00
67
$130,438.00
$848.00
Building Ownership Information
1986
Residential
06/15/2006
$269,500.00
Building Composition
1380
1380
12980.00
130
100
500
Central
FORCED AIR
2.00
3
1
1
1

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