1.18 acres of Prime Buildable land Sold

  • $17,900
Dixie county, Florida 32648
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1.18 Acres of prime county living in Dixie County florida Buildable and ready for clearing. Parcel ID 12-09-13-4030-0004-0130 Property Address UNASSIGNED 12 9 13 LOTS 13 THRU 32 BLK 4 SUWANNEE RIVER HEIGHTS Acres 1.185 VAC RES UNINCORPORATED This property is a real gem! This property is Located along the suwannee river. Nestled in a quaint little town just above the gulf of Mexico. Never too cold, never too hot. Summer High: the July high is around 91 degrees. Winter Low: the January low is 40 Rain: averages 54 inches of rain a year Snow: averages 0 inches of snow a year. 62 miles to Gainesville 60 miles to Cedar Key 131 miles to: Jacksonville, FL Jacksonville International Airport. 148 miles to: Tampa International Airport. 153 miles to: Daytona Beach, FL Daytona Beach International Airport. Roads and highways CR 349 CR 351 CR 351A CR 351 If you want quiet. if you like fishing. if you like hunting. Or just enjoy beautiful weather and peaceful relaxing days then Dixie is for you!! In most counties, there’s usually a city or town that’s a perfect place to begin a journey and, from there, a network of roads leading to destinations to be connected one by one. Dixie County is an exception. Since there’s no perfect Point A and relatively few high-profile centralized destinations in its 864 square miles, this is a place where you can ramble around without much of a plan, content that somewhere along the way something will catch your eye As springs and rivers merge into the Suwannee, it widens allowing you to enjoy fun activities. Whether you want to fly behind a boat on an inner tube, fish for the Suwannee Bass, or have a quiet paddle downriver, the river will not disappoint you Year-round saltwater fishing is found off the Dixie coast line between Cedar Key and Steinhatchee. Sea Trout, Redfish, Cobia, Mackerel, and Grouper are abundant in our coastal waters. Professional guides are available and public ramps are available at Jena, Horseshoe Beach, Shired Island and Suwannee. Paddling Trails The Friends of the Lower Suwannee & Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuges have prepared paddling trail maps for several paddling trails on the refuges. Where the Suwannee River, the Steinhatchee River, and a National Wildlife Refuge meet the Hidden Coast on the Gulf of Mexico. Local Boat Ramps Boating ops are wherever you turn in Dixie. After all, the county is bordered on three sides by water! Our County Boat Ramps will help you launch your adventure

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