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0.71 acres | Agricultural Zoning

Located north of Gainesville and west of Jacksonville is this lightly forested Florida property. This property is zoned for agricultural use, but will also allow for a single-family dwelling or mobile home on the premises. This property is mostly flat, ideal for cultivating crops or putting a structure on. In addition to the lightly forested terrain, this property is surrounded by a variety of homes as well as other undeveloped lots. While power runs to the property, you will need to install septic and well.

Land Specifics

Property Number 9126
Size 0.71 acres
Dimensions 320' x 98'
Road Access Paved Road
Slope Description Mostly Flat
Zoning Agricultural
Zoning Code A-3 (Agricultural)
Zoning Definition

A-3 (Agricultural): Single-Family dwellings and mobile homes permitted. All agricultural activities (but not including livestock or poultry slaughterhouses) including livestock, poultry and farming. Front 30 feet, Side 25 feet, Rear 25 feet.

On Property Usage/Potential
  • Farming
  • Timberland
Nearby Usage

Location

County Columbia
State Florida
Other Maps

Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 09340 036
Estimated Annual Taxes $222.18
Legal Description

Sec 22 Twn 5S Rng 17, N ½ OF MIDDLE 1/3 OF BLOCK 43 MASON CITY. ORB 841-1811, 852-337, CD 856-1878, 861-2385, 869-567, 888-395, 890-380, 892-749, 752, 844-1071 in Columbia County, Florida.

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