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Jennie Pinto
(C) (352) 214-4365
Nature Coast Realty
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Listing Details
MLS Number: 783672
List Price: $250,000
Street #: Tract 23
Compass: SW
Street Name: County Road 347
City: Chiefland
State: FL
Zip Code: 32626
County: Levy
Subdivision: Tiger Island Unrecorded
Parcel ID: 1980900000
School District: Levy
Waterfront: No
Property Use: Mixed Use-See Comments
Agricultural Sub Type: Mixed Hardwoods
Commercial Sub Type:  
Residential Sub Type: Single Family Residence-Mixed Use-See Comments
Utilities: Electricity Overhead, None, Utilities Not On Site, Electric - Central FL Coop, Propane
Water: Well Needed
Sewer: None, Septic Needed
Road Type: Paved, County Road, Maintained
Waterfront Access/Details:  
Legal Description: 09-14-13 0020.55 ACRES TIGER ISLAND UNREC SURVEY TRACT 23 OR BOOK 1124 PAGE 181
Directions: From State Road 24 and County Road 347 roughly 3 miles east of Cedar Key, turn onto CR 347 and go north. Approximately 4.9 miles on your right, look for the Nature Coast Realty, Inc, sign. If you see the Levy County Satellite station, you've gone just a bit too far
Public Comments: Want YOUR spot on Florida's Nature Coast? Would you like to be OUT of flood zones? Want lots of privacy? Trees? Wildlife, including deer, hogs, turkey, bald eagles, maybe a bear? This is the ONE for YOU! 20+ acres could be your camp, a family get away, hunting camp, or, since power is available at the highway, you can have your full time, on the grid, HOME!! Beautiful sand ridge is approximately 30 feet above sea level, has mature trees, from oaks to magnolias to hickory, pines & cypress. Majority of the property is out of flood zone, it slopes down into cypress bogs for the added bonus of having wildlife watering holes AND you are just across the road from the Lower Suwannee Nation Wildlife Refuge-20, 000+ acres of protected Florida lands. Just 6 miles to county owned and maintained boat ramp on the world famous Suwannee River, only 11 miles to salt water ramps at Cedar Key, and since you are there, after a good day of fishing you can enjoy the shops, restaurants & nightlife.