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Peace and Quiet in Satsuma, FL

149 Sharon Dr : Satsuma, FL 32189

Putnam County, Florida

0.25 Acre
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Property Details

Subdivision: ST Johns Riverside Estates

State: Florida

County: Putnam

Address: 149 Sharon Dr, Satsuma, Fl.

Zip: 32189

Size: 1/4-Acre

Parcel: 13-11-26-8244-0320-0040

Legal Description: ST Johns Riverside Estates, Hoot OWL Ridge 4TH Addition, Corrected Plats MB5 P101, BLK 32 Lot 4

Lat/Long Coordinates: 29°32'30.1 N, 81°37'31.8 W

Annual Taxes: Approximately $30/Year

Zoning: R-2

Hoa/Poa: No

Improvements: None

Access: Dirt Road

Water: Would be by well

Sewer: Would be by septic (hookups may be on-site)

Utilities: Solar or you can contact Clay Electric Cooperative

Total Money Down: $400 ($150 down + $250 closing costs)

Financed Price: $7500 - $125/Month for 60 months

Discounted Cash Price: $5000

This Quiet, Wooded 1/4-Acre Property Is Located In Satsuma, Fl. The Property Is Zoned R-2 Two-Family Residential And Is Located In-Between The Cities Of Gainesville To The West And St. Augustine To The East.

More to See and Do in Putnam County

Since this is largely a rural county, aside from its only two cities (Palatka and Crescent City) there's no “best” way to reach other points of interest. So when you embark on your voyage of discovery, consider adding these to your itinerary.


It's not just Crescent Lake where the fish are biting. Rivers and lakes in south Putnam County are known as prime spots for black bass. Amateurs as well as pros competing in multiple tournaments also looking for largemouth bass, striped bass, speckled perch, bream, catfish, and mullet.

Putnam County Speedway Park. (Satsuma)

NASCAR hopefuls, shade tree mechanics, and anyone who gets an adrenaline surge from racing (or watching) fast cars head here to see drivers compete in stock cars, trucks, carts, ATVs, dirt bikes - and even lawn mowers. Concerts and non-racing track events fill in a busy calendar.

Log Cabin Winery. (Satsuma)

A replica of the farm's original log cabin speaks to the history of this third-generation farm. Having added a commercial ten-acre vineyard, the end result is muscadine wines. The family farm welcomes visitors and also hosts events including the Old Florida Wine & Harvest Festival.

Welaka State Forest. (Welaka)

Two hiking trails - the two-mile Mud Spring Trail loop and the John's Landing Trail that meanders along old road beds to the St. Johns River - give you a glimpse of the forest that includes wetlands, flatwoods, hammocks, sandhills, and bayheads. The Sandhill Horse Trail is a combination equestrian trail/hiking path and the state forest features training and show horse arenas along with a 72-horse stable.

Dunns Creek State Park.

An area once used by Native Americans, steamboat operators, turpentine loggers, and cattle ranchers, this 6,200-Acre-Plus park encompasses nearly 20 natural communities - sand hills, deep ravines, pine flatwoods, and sand pine scrub among them - and also protects several native and endangered species, including the gopher tortoise. Dunns Creek, which connects Crescent Lake with the St. Johns River, is a popular spot for canoeing. Picnic areas, hiking trails, and equestrian trails are also found in the park.

Azalea Festival

A fixture since 1946, the floral celebration takes place in downtown Palatka each March. Fyi: 1949'S Azalea Queen, Neva Jean Langley, became Miss America in 1953.


While there's certainly not much to see in this unincorporated community on Highway 100, it is interesting for the fact that someone's converted the old station beside a stretch of the Palatka-Lake Butler Trail into an antique shop.


Located 15 miles west of Palatka, the railroad came to town in the 1870S and things were going great until the freezes of 1894-1895 killed the town's fledgling citrus industry. Three wooden hotels came, two went (fires), and one remains: The Lakeview House Hotel. The Interlachen Historical Society runs a small museum at the Interlachen Hall.

Mount Royal Indian Temple Mound (Welaka).

When William Bartram was exploring Florida, he saw and then wrote about this, the largest sand temple mount in Florida. Created sometime between 1250 and 1500, you can still see it today - and it's free.


If history, genealogy, and the past excite you, be sure to visit the Putnam Historical Society's website. Articles and links will lead you to a wealth of information on cemeteries, railroads, historic districts, black history, yearbooks, phone books, and other aspects of Putnam's past.

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