Chris Banchoff

Real Estate Partner

  • Cell 248-921-2755

Secor, Bedford Twp, MI – $124,900

  • $125k Price
  • 2.4 Acres
  • $125k Price
  • 2.4 Acres


2.4 acres located in the desired Lambertville overlay. This is a corner lot with with 398 ft of frontage on Dean Rd. and 225 ft on Secor Rd. Because it's in the overlay, commercial and residential use is currently allowed. Traffic counts is 15,000+ daily. This lot is located one mile north of the busiest intersection in Monroe County, and currently has a heavy mix of retail, commercial and residential in the surrounding area. There is municipal sewer and water at the road, as well as gas and electric. This would be ideal for development of a strip, retail outlet, commercial business, ect. There is more than enough frontage on both main roads for curb cuts, drainage, and allowable setbacks. A survey was completed on this parcel in 2019. All located in the desirable and business friendly Bedford Township, and five miles away from Toledo, OH. (population 500,000) The .50 acre parcel directly adjacent to the north is also for sale and can be sold as a bundle transaction.

Essential Information

  • MLS® #219025260
  • Price$124,900
  • Acres2.40
  • TypeVacant Land
  • StatusActive

Community Information

  • AddressSecor
  • Area06141-Bedford Twp
  • CityBedford Twp
  • CountyMonroe
  • StateMI
  • Zip Code48144


  • Lot Description333.00X312.40

School Information

  • DistrictBedford

Additional Information

  • ZoningCommercial, Residential

Listing Details


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