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Home for sale by owner in Citrus Springs for sale in Dunnellon, FL

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.34 Acre lot in Citrus Springs bordering El Diablo golf course. Near rails to trails biking trail and Citrus Springs golf course. Citrus Springs is located in the heart of Floridas nature coast, approximately 70 miles north of Tampa and 60 miles northwest of Orlando and 20 minutes from the Gulf of Mexico. Citrus Springs is a premier community in east Citrus County. A scenic district with some 15,000 acres of forest, rivers and recreational areas. In fact over 40 of Citrus County has been set aside for preservation and recreation.Take advantage of the cheap land market while it lasts, some of these areas will triple in value in the next 12 months alone This particular site is along the El Diablo Golf Course. This course closed in 2015 due to management issues and struggles after the clubhouse burned down but it was previously rated a Golf Digest Top 100 Course. When it reopens, media reports are showing optimism that it returns to this state and much report there is no course like it in Florida. When this happens, prices in the area are expected to double if not go up by more. OWN IT TODAYSize .34 AcresCity Citrus SpringsCounty Citrus State FLZoning RUR- Site built homeWater City WaterSewer Septic System NeededPower Electric Pole on the streetRoad Access PavedType of Terrain Flat WoodedProperty Tax 2018 93.67Association Dues None
beycome.com Listing ID: bey787771.
You can contact the owner directly at: 844-799-7886, ext: 787771.
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Contact beycome.com the #1 for sale by owner (FSBO) and For rent by owner (FRBO) at 844.239.2663 if you have questions.

  • Price: $5,500
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Square Feet: 14,810

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