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Land for sale by owner in Chiefland for sale in Chiefland, FL

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PRIME INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY available. Fantastic property to start your business. PRIME COMMERCIAL SUBDIVIDABLE LOT on highly traveled US 19 in CHIEFLAND, FL. This 1.56 acre vacant lot has 350 of highway frontage with a HIGH TRAFFIC count. Located approximately 400 meters south of downtown Chiefland, dont miss this opportunity to invest in this growing area of Central FloridaThis property can be subdivided into 14 Individual commercial lots or used as one property Hwy 19 is the main highway that runs from Tampa to Tallahassee with many towns in between. With a market assessment at 50,000 and market value at 70,000, invest in this property at 60 of assessed and less than 50 of Market Value Great for a business or investment Access is available from both sides of property.Known as the Gem of the Suwannee Valley, Chiefland is located in the northwest corner of the county, where Levy, Dixie and Gilchrist counties adjoin known as the Tri-County area. As growth in north Florida increased during the last quarter of the twentieth century, Chiefland became a local center for shopping. A 202,000 sqft 18,800 m2 Walmart Supercenter was opened in 1995, and increased traffic along US 1998, there is a multitude of national fast food franchises plus a Best Western and Days Inn.Manatee Springs State Park is located 6 miles 10 km west of town the crystal-clear water is a first-magnitude spring that flows directly into the Suwannee River. The park offers a full slate of activities, including camping, hiking and water activities. Manatees can be seen year-round in the Springs.
beycome.com Listing ID: bey12094.
You can contact the owner directly at: 844-799-7886, ext: 12094.
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  • Price: $29,700
  • Square Feet: 2

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