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3.03 Acres | Located in Madison County, FL

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Discounted Cash Price

$16,950 $24,500
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Finance Terms

$325 For 60 Months
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Description

Quiet country living near the beautiful Withlacoochee River. 3.03 Acre wooded lot, private and secluded. Buildable and perfect for your own private getaway out of the city. Mobile Homes are OK. RVs and Camper’s may be used temporarily, not to exceed 180 days. Schools, shopping, and medical services all located within a 20-minute drive, +/- 12 miles. Centrally located between Greenville and Live Oak, 15 miles below the Georgia line. Approximately 25 minutes to Twin Rivers State Forest or Suwannee River State Park. Well and Septic will need to be installed. Owner Financing Available. Valued at $24,500 get it NOW $16,950 cash.

Property Information

Parcel Size

3.03 Acres

State

Florida

County

Madison

Nearest Cities

Live Oak, FL

Parcel #

07-1N-11-6180-00F-013

Address

NE HANSON CT – LEE, FL 32059

Legal Description

BLUE RIDGE LANDING BLK F LOT 13 OR 210/01 OR 941 PG 116

Property Taxes

$168.49

Features

Acres

Acres

3.03

County

County

Madison

Subdivision

Subdivision

Exists

Access

Access

Dirt – Private Road

Power

Power

At Street

Water

Water

Well & Septic needed

Coordinates

Coordinates

30.502954, -83.253301

Zoning

Zoning

AG-2

Elevation

Elevation

114 FT

Nearby Attractions/City

Madison County, FL


Twin Rivers State Forest is located along the banks of the Withlacoochee and Suwannee rivers. The forest encompasses eastern Madison, western Hamilton and northwestern Suwannee counties in northern Florida. The Twin Rivers State Forest office is located on U.S. Highway 90, approximately 2 miles west of the town of Live Oak. Twin Rivers State Forest offers many recreational opportunities, including nature study, picnicking, hiking, bicycling, horseback riding, canoeing, fishing, and a few primitive campsites. The forest contains two hiking trails (Ellaville and Anderson Springs) that are included in the Florida Forest Service’s Trailwalker Hiker Program.