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3 acres | Located in Jackson County, FL

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$26,950 $35,235
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List Price: $35,235
Down Payment – $5,000
Monthly Payment – $560
Term – 72 months
Interest Rate – 9.99%
DOC Fee – $500 (due with Down Payment)

Discounted Cash Price – $29,950

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Description

Live your best life on this 3-acre, HIGH & DRY lot in the peaceful, rural countryside of Jackson County Florida. NO HOA. Without having to worry about the commotion of tourists, you can take advantage of everything FL has to offer with the option of returning to your quiet piece of FL paradise. Per zoning, this lot permits 1 home, whether it be the traditional stick-built home you’ve dreamt of, the ideal manufactured home you’ve chosen, or a distinctive barndominium. No size restrictions. RV usage is permitted during construction with a county variance. Farm animals, gardening in the backyard, and other backyard activities are welcomed. Power at street – Well & Septic needs installed. Seller Financing Available.

The town of Greenwood, 4 miles away, offers convenient shopping, and Mariana, 20 miles away, offers more retail, healthcare, and entertainment opportunities. There are several recreational opportunities nearby, including the crystal-clear blue springs at Jackson Blue Springs, boating and fishing on the Chattahoochee River, hiking in Seminole State Park, and cave exploration in Florida Caverns State Park. Fun recreational activities, entertainment and more can be found in nearly any direction, 45 minutes to Dothan Alabama, 1 hour 15 minutes to Tallahassee or Panama City Beach 1 hour and 30 minutes away.. Assignment of Contract.

Property Information

Parcel Size

3

State

Florida

County

Jackson

Nearest Cities

Marianna

Parcel #

22-6n-09-0000-0190-0030

Address

Oscar Rd., Greenwood, FL 32443

Legal Description

OR 973 P 872… COMM AT SEC OF SECT, RUN W ALONG S LINE OF SE1/4 1,447.58 FT TO BEGIN,

Property Taxes

$184.24

Features

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Acres

3

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County

Jackson

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Access

Gravel/Dirt

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Power

Power at street

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Water

Well and Septic needs installed

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Coordinates

30.899023, -85.115461

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Zoning

AG2

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Elevation

125 FT.

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Topography

Fairly Level – High & Dry – Heavily Treed

Nearby Cities / Attractions

Tallahassee FL

Tallahassee, the capital of Florida, is a unique town with good manners, rolling hill, oak0canopied roads, plantation homes and genuine Southern hospitality. Tallahassee is home to Florida State University, Florida A&M University, and of course, Florida’s Legislature. With tons of fun, affordable attractions, you can find something to do for just about every member of the family. Ranging from historic musuems to parks and everything in between, there are lots of things to do in Tallahassee that will leave you with wonderful memories to last a lifetime. The city is also an entertainment hub for Florida, with several annual art and food festivals, concerts for top performers, a vital art community and extensive state and city parks.

Explore Lake Jackson Mounds Archaeological State Park, one of the most important archeological sites in the state. Swing by the Challenger Learning Center / IMAX Theatre and Planetarium which hosts a 5-story planetarium displaying the evening sky and planetary universe, and a mission control simulator and Space State laboratory. Step into a fairytale home and garden at Lichgate on High Road. Tour the one-of-a-kind Mag Lab and tour to see some of the largest and most powerful magnates in the country. Sample produce, cheese and other tempting foods at the Downtown Market, which is open every Saturday through March and November. Admire the classic cars at Tallahassee Automobile Museum with over 150 unique vehicles. Getting tired from all the walking and exploring, hop on a segway at Tallahassee Segway Tours. Explore history at the Tallahassee Museum of History and Natural Science, which offers miles of hiking trails, historical buildings and zip lines through the trees. Don’t forget to check out Wakulla Springs, where you can enjoy watching manatees playing the warm waters, turtles, alligators, vultures and other native Florida wildlife, along with horseback riding trails and scuba diving

 

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