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11.40 Acres | Located in Jackson County, FL.

Mobile Homes OK.

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Discounted Cash Price

$26,950 $35,720
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Owner Financing

$385 For 72 Months
$8,000 Down + $399 Doc Fee = $8,399 Reserve Now

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Description

11.40 Acres of private and secluded land. This property would be great for building your Dream Home, Gardening – Living off the Land! Escape the city to a more peaceful and quiet living. Live stock allowed. Mobile Homes OK. The property is located within 16 miles to Marianna Florida for all your shopping needs, a short 22 minute drive. Well and Septic system will need to be installed. Owner Financing Available. Valued at $35,720, get it for $26,950 cash.

Property Information

Parcel Size

11.40 Acres

State

Florida

County

Jackson

Nearest Cities

Marianna

Parcel #

13-6N09-0000-0100-0060

Address

Phoenix Rd, Bascom 32423

Legal Description

OR 313 P 401 BEGIN AT NEC OF N1/2 OF SW1/4, RUN S 1320 FT, W 377.5 FT, N 1320 FT, E 377.5 FT TO POB

Features

Acres

Acres

11.40

County

County

Jackson

Access

Access

Dirt Road

Power

Power

At Street

Water

Water

Well and Septic Needed

Coordinates

Coordinates

30.920548, -85.085840

Zoning

Zoning

Agriculture 2

Elevation

Elevation

135 ft

Nearby Attractions/City

Marianna, FL

Nestled along I-10 just under the Florida-Alabama border and a brief drive west of Tallahassee, Marianna is called “The City of Southern Charm.” And even a brief stroll through Marianna’s quaint, country-in-town downtown substantiates that title. Look for the triangulated courthouse park, with its gazebo, and the nearby obelisk marking the Civil War Battle of Marianna. Stop by the Russ House & Visitor Center, a Classical Revival/Queen Anne home built in the 1890s and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.Eco-tourism is a burgeoning business in Marianna and Jackson County, thanks to its abundant natural beauty, miles of spring-fed rivers, lakes and ponds, and paddling trails that draw kayak, canoe and paddle board enthusiasts to explore the Chipola River. When you visit Marianna, you also must see Florida Caverns State Park, the state’s only dry caverns along a quarter-mile trail. In addition, the largest dam in Florida backs up big Lake Seminole and gives rise to Three Rivers State Park. The Bellamy Bridge Heritage Trail leads to the oldest bridge of its type in Florida, the focal point for one of Marianna’s best-known ghost stories.