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5.4 Acres | Located in Madison County, FL

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Discounted Cash Price

$22,950 $31,500
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Finance Terms

$425 For 60 Months
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Description

This 5.4 acre wooded lot is beautifully situated at the end of the Cul-de-sac on NE Scarsdale Way in Lee, FL. Private and secluded out of the city. This lot is everything you’ve dreamed of.. Buildable, Mobile Homes, and Tiny Homes allowed. RV’s are permitted, per restrictive covenants. The property sits between Greenville and Live Oak. Conveniently located within a 30 minute drive to all your shopping needs. Hospital is 14 mins away. Within a 20 minute drive to Twin Rivers State Forest or Suwannee River State Park. Well and Septic will need to be installed. Valued at $31,500, get it now for $22,950! Owner Financing Available

Property Information

Parcel Size

5.4 Acres

State

Florida

County

Madison

Nearest Cities

Greenville

Parcel #

04-1S-10-1184-002-020

Address

SE Scarsdale Way, Lee FL 32059

Legal Description

0005.4 ACRES WEST FARMS S/D LOT # 20 OR 422 PG 268 OR 1152 PG 236

Features

Acres

Acres

5.44

County

County

Madison

Subdivision

Subdivision

Exists

Access

Access

Dirt Road

Power

Power

At Street

Water

Water

Well & Septic needed

Coordinates

Coordinates

30.425674, -83.323492

Zoning

Zoning

AG-2

Elevation

Elevation

97 FT

Nearby Attractions/City

Madison County, FL


About as far north as you can go in Florida, Madison exudes Southern hospitality. A walking tour of Madison reveals antebellum architecture and a mansion used as a Civil War hospital. In the heart of Madison’s historic district is the Four Freedoms Park, which features a memorial that was dedicated on the anniversary of Florida’s endorsement of President Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation. Located just north of I-10 about midway between Jacksonville and Tallahassee, Madison is surrounded by farms that still grow tobacco but also other crops. Just outside of town, trails and rivers appeal to cyclists, paddlers and divers.