ABSOLUTELY THE MOST BEAUTIFUL UNDEVELOPED large acreage lot (6.23 acres) in Wedgefield with minimal clearing required to construct your estate home or equestrian compound. Many beautiful mature trees (unlike so many lots with ugly scrub), and a quiet location within Wedgefield. Lot has frontage of roughly 405 feet by a depth of roughly 669 feet. A bargain priced at only $72,071 per acre = $449,000 within minutes to the Orlando International Airport, downtown Orlando, and tremendous nearby development coming at Sunbridge. Wedgefield golf course and club nearby. Horses allowed. Survey and Florida Department of Environmental Protection informal wetland determination and environmental reports are available to a qualified buyer indicating two (2) small man-made ponds totaling 0.18 acres and 0.79 acres of wet prairie along the east property line (there is no water/visible wetland) with the remainder of the site being upland. The one soil type onsite is Smyrna find sand. Wedgefield has a HOA but membership is optional. According to Orange County Planning and the Ranger Drainage District, the lot is of sufficient size and frontage to split into two (2) separate developable lots, each with their own ingress/egress onto Oberly Parkway. Development utilizes private well and septic. Wedgefield Golf Course nearby.Wedgefield's vacant lots are selling quickly as awareness of Wedgefield's location convenient to major transportation corridors, airport, downtown Orlando and Disney areas is growing. Many remaining vacant lots are long and narrow and or have significant wetlands that impact developability. Wedgefield's location is far superior to lots to the south in St. Cloud and Kissimmee that typically sell in the range of $100,000/acre, yet have very poor access to major transportation corridors. THEREFORE, THIS IS A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO OWN THE FINEST LARGE-ACREAGE LOT IN WEDGEFIELD.Declaration of Restrictive Covenants for Cape Coral Estates and other helpful community information on Wedgefield.a price increase is anticipated soon as demand for vacant developable land in east Orlando is rising rapidly.