10 acre Outdoor Grow, Cleared and Permitted!

E Pierce Road, Hesperia, Mi, 49421

Pierce-6
Municipally Permitted
Potential Use: Outdoor Cultivation
$249,000
Medical, Recreational
10 acres
Check out this 10 acre farm, just cleared and municipally approved for two recreational class C cultivation permits and one processing permit. Power is to the parcel, well and septic permits have already been pulled, and site plans have been approved. Be ready to grow by spring!

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Building Information

Building Sq Ft:

Utilities:

Electric

Power:

Standard electric service is on the property

Notes:

Well and septic permit obtained and perc test was completed. Gas isn’t available in the area and surrounding residents and businesses operate using propane. Great Lakes is currently running fiberoptic internet throughout the area.

Year Built:

Ceiling Height:

Heating:

Cooling:

Foundation:

Parking Spaces:

Not Paved

Parcel Information

Parcel Size:

10 acres

Parcel ID:

014-007-300-10 and 014-007-300-09

Utilities Available:

Electric

Power:

Standard electric service is on the property

Notes:

Well and septic permit obtained and perc test was completed. Gas isn’t available in the area and surrounding residents and businesses operate using propane. Great Lakes is currently running fiberoptic internet throughout the area.

Zoning:

AR-1

Parking Spaces:

Not Paved

Permitting Information

Permit Status:

Potential Use:

Municipally Permitted
Outdoor Cultivation

Type:

Medical, Recreational

Permits Included:

2 Recreational Class C Cultivation Permits and a Processing Permit

FAQ’s

Are the marijuana facility permits transferable to a different entity?

No, permits can not be transferred to a new entity. Control of the permits can be transferred to the new owner via a sale of the seller’s interest in the permitted entity. This typically happens at the same time that you close on the property.

About The Area

Located in Mid West Michigan, in the South Eastern area of Oceana County. Living in Newfield Township offers residents a suburban rural mix feel and most residents own their homes. Many retirees live in Newfield Township and residents tend to be conservative. Newfield has a low cost of living, moderate diversity and is great for outdoor activities.
  • Medical Facilities Allowed
  • Recreational Facilities Allowed

Local Stats

26,625

City Residents

473,689

People Within 50 Miles

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