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The answer is then yes
. If there is no will, then the default rules of succession apply - see here
I am going to assume that your grandparents are not living. If your father inherited the property, and then he has passed and had no other issue but yourself living, and did not have a will that gives the property to someone else, then automatically by laws of succession, the property goes to you.
Also, it does not matter about your stepmother's family because once she predeceased your father and your father took hold of her interest (I am guessing they had a 'joint tenancy' holding), then her issue no longer had any right to claim the inheritance.
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