This property, spanning 0.92 acres, is conveniently located across from Logs Wildlife Management, right down the street from the Suwannee River and just a short 45-minute drive to the coast. It offers an excellent opportunity to own a piece of Florida that perfectly suits your needs. Whether you envision building a stunning new home, place a charming, manufactured home or constructing a creative barndominium, this lot can accommodate various options. Also, if you prefer weekend getaways in your RV, this property could be perfect. Take advantage of our owner financing option, allowing you to start enjoying the benefits of the property while making monthly payments. Power at street – Well and septic needs installed.
Located 15 minutes from Old Town, this property offers easy access to basic shopping needs. If you’re looking for a wider range of shopping options, medical services, and more, Chiefland and Suwannee are only 30-40 minutes away, while Gainesville is just an hour’s drive. The surrounding area offers abundant opportunities for recreation. For avid sportsmen (or women), you can find hunting and fishing opportunities at Logs Wildlife Management and the Suwannee River. If you prefer a more scenic experience, Fanning Springs State Park and Manatee Springs State Park are within a short drive, offering breathtaking views and crystal-clear springs to explore. And if sandy beaches are your preference, popular beaches like Cedar Keys and Shired Beach are a mere 45 minutes to an hour away. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to own your very own piece of paradise today!
Corner of N.E. 709th Avenue and N.E. 691st Avenue
30-31 8 14 TRACT 1 SUW HIDE-A-WAY UNREC S/D OR BK 95 PG 594 & 596 ORB 208 P 324
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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