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Yes, you can accomplish this. But, the preferable way to do this in your will is to leave the property in a trust. Then the trust agreement will provide that it's for the benefit of the applicable parties for their live and then the property sold with the proceeds going to your great grandchildren. It's much easier to manage this by a trust that will own the property than to splinter the ownership among multiple parties.
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