Reduced - 84 Acres in Alachua County, Florida

84.00 Acres
Owner Will Subdivide Land
$575,000
Annual Taxes: $406
Owner Financing
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Features & Description

The property consists of natural fields and mixed age hardwoods. This area lies on a high ridge that crosses the County. Access is via frontage on a graded county maintained road. This property is located north and between Gainesville and Newberry. Jonesville is about 10 minutes to the southeast-Publix, Hardware Store, Restaurants, Banks, Professional Offices....anything that you need. Gainesville is a wonderful town to be affiliated with-University of Florida, Santa Fe College and three excellent, state of the art hospitals. It's also fun to root for the Gators!!!! Seller is willing to divide as follows 20 acres for $199,900 40 Acres for $349,900 160 Acres for $999,900

Location & Directions

From Newberry Road at the west edge of Gainesville go west to NW 202nd Street; turn right; continue to NW 46th Avenue; after it crosses NW 186th Street, property will be about 1/2 mile down on your left side.

    Zoning

  • No Zoning

    Terrain

  • Gently Rolling

    Access

  • Gravel Road

    MLS / Other ID

  • 310748

    Has Residence

  • No

    Type or Use

  • Agriculture
  • Development
  • Timber
  • Residential

    Posted

  • 1708 days ago

    Last Updated

  • 8/4/2012

    Views

  • 1243

    LANDFLIP ID

  • 24306
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Contact the Seller

Anne Barnett

Southern Property Services, Inc.

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