If you’re interested in finding your own piece of paradise, this 0.55-acre parcel presents a fantastic opportunity. It offers a range of possibilities, whether you envision building a beautiful new residence or placing a manufactured/modular home. Alternatively, if you desire a retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life, this property allows for RV/camper use for up to six months each year with approved permit. Power and Water available for hookup at the street – Septic Needs Installed. Also, check out our owner financing option that allows you to start building or utilizing the property while making payments.
Nestled off of I-75N, you can find convenient amenities including shopping, medical services, local schools and more 15 minutes away in Lake City, along with additional amenities just 40 minutes south in Gainesville. Jacksonville can also be found just 1 hour and 15 minutes from the property. The surrounding area offers an abundance of opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts. You can explore scenic trails at nearby parks such as Devil’s Millhopper Geological Park, Kanapaha Botanical Gardens, or O’Leno State Park. For those seeking relaxation and adventure, tubing at Ichetucknee Springs State Park or visiting the breathtaking springs at Manatee Springs State Park are highly recommended. And if you’re up for a short drive to the coast, Suwannee or Horseshoe Beach are just short drive away.
246 S.E. Pleasure Place Lake City, FL 32025
LOT 7 OF REPLAT OF LOT 20 ROLLING HILLS S/D UNREC. COMM NW COR OF NW1/4 OF SE1/4, RUN S 210 FT, E 1235 FT, S 1711.3 FT, SE 228 FT, E 25 FT F+B12OR POB, CONT E 141.65 FT, S 169.75 FT, W 141.65 FT, N 169.75 FT TO POB. 589-317, WD 1049-1002, WD 1051-2356,
Power at Street
Well and Septic Needs Installed
Level – Heavily Wooded
Nearby Cities / Attractions
In North Central Florida, uncover the unexpected! Gainesville is unique compared to other Florida cities. Gainesville is unique because of the unique blend of a thriving college town and preserved natural beauty—a place “where nature and culture mix.” Gainesville has seven Florida State Parks nearby that offer more than 30 miles of bicycling and hiking trails where you may see wildlife like alligators, bison, wild horses, and birds. Explore the beautiful rivers by canoe or paddleboard, or jump into one of many freshwater springs with crystal-clear water. A must-do warm-weather ritual is floating down the spring-fed river at Ichetucknee Springs State Park.Spend the afternoon antiquing in the little towns that surround Gainesville, and then grab a bite downtown at some of the greatest farm-to-fork restaurants in the area. Before calling it a day, wash it all down with a beverage from one of four local breweries and enjoy some local theater or music. Gainesville is a busy, collegiate town full of entertaining, affordable, and frequently free activities for families as well as tranquil, laid-back outdoor experiences for those wanting a slower pace.
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