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10104 S Florida Avenue

Floral City, FL 34436
  • $400,000
  • STATUS: Active
  • ON SITE: 60 Days
  • MLS #: U8144347
UPDATED: 54 min ago
$400,000
  • 0
    BEDS
  • 13.24
    ACRES
  • 0
    BATHS
  • 0
    1/2 BATHS
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Description

Floral City is what Florida natives lovingly call Old Florida. It is all that is naturally beautiful in the Sunshine State with a majestic moss-draped tree canopy"The Avenue of the Oaks"dramatically signaling your arrival. The period houses that line East Orange Avenue in Floral City still give the feel of a turn of the 20th Century community. Walk past the wrought iron fences and blooming azaleas and you are welcomed back to an earlier time. Floral City was briefly larger than Miami during a phosphate mining boom in the late 1900s. Each year on the first weekend in December, the town turns back the clock to kick off the holiday season with illuminations and horse-drawn carriage rides during Floral City Heritage Days. The Floral City Heritage Museum and Country Store in the communitys old fire house preserve that history year round. Old and new easily intermingle here. The new library next door to the museum is thoroughly up to date. The Withlacoochee State Trail, Floridas longest paved recreation trail, sprinkles the town center with spandex-clad visitors enjoying a weekend cycling getaway. Life moves at an easy natural pace as people duck in and out of restaurants, shops and galleries exploring things as new as the latest line of bicycles to things as time honored as a real small town hardware store. What defines Floral City is what once defined much of Florida. There was a time when the bounty of Florida was proudly displayed along roadsides throughout the state. Fresh fruit and vegetable stands are still prominent here. Ferris Groves, one of Floridas most beloved retro fruit stands, welcomes guests with a cheery orange and white striped tent-style canopy that has hardly changed in fifty years. Just down the street other fruit and vegetable stands also display the latest Florida grown produce and treasured regional classics like boiled peanuts. The most popular festival of the year by far is the Floral City Strawberry Festival in early March. Its worth the trip to just to taste the strawberry shortcake. You can even stay in a comfy cabin at one of two old fish-camp style resorts on Floral City Lake. The 13 plus acres of land is located a mile away from Floral Park. Certainly a "See now" property. Buy now, build later, well and septic needed. There are no utilities on the property.

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10104 S Florida Avenue Floral City, FL 34436

  • Price: $400,000
  • Status: Active
  • On Site: 60 Days
  • Updated: 54 min ago
  • MLS #: U8144347
0
Beds
0
Baths
0
½ Baths
13.24
Acres
Neighborhood:
Floral City
County:
Citrus
Area:
Floral City
Elementary School:
Forest Ridge Elementary School
Middle School:
Inverness Middle School
High School:
Citrus High School
Property Description
Floral City is what Florida natives lovingly call Old Florida. It is all that is naturally beautiful in the Sunshine State with a majestic moss-draped tree canopy"The Avenue of the Oaks"dramatically signaling your arrival. The period houses that line East Orange Avenue in Floral City still give the feel of a turn of the 20th Century community. Walk past the wrought iron fences and blooming azaleas and you are welcomed back to an earlier time. Floral City was briefly larger than Miami during a phosphate mining boom in the late 1900s. Each year on the first weekend in December, the town turns back the clock to kick off the holiday season with illuminations and horse-drawn carriage rides during Floral City Heritage Days. The Floral City Heritage Museum and Country Store in the communitys old fire house preserve that history year round. Old and new easily intermingle here. The new library next door to the museum is thoroughly up to date. The Withlacoochee State Trail, Floridas longest paved recreation trail, sprinkles the town center with spandex-clad visitors enjoying a weekend cycling getaway. Life moves at an easy natural pace as people duck in and out of restaurants, shops and galleries exploring things as new as the latest line of bicycles to things as time honored as a real small town hardware store. What defines Floral City is what once defined much of Florida. There was a time when the bounty of Florida was proudly displayed along roadsides throughout the state. Fresh fruit and vegetable stands are still prominent here. Ferris Groves, one of Floridas most beloved retro fruit stands, welcomes guests with a cheery orange and white striped tent-style canopy that has hardly changed in fifty years. Just down the street other fruit and vegetable stands also display the latest Florida grown produce and treasured regional classics like boiled peanuts. The most popular festival of the year by far is the Floral City Strawberry Festival in early March. Its worth the trip to just to taste the strawberry shortcake. You can even stay in a comfy cabin at one of two old fish-camp style resorts on Floral City Lake. The 13 plus acres of land is located a mile away from Floral Park. Certainly a "See now" property. Buy now, build later, well and septic needed. There are no utilities on the property.
Exterior Features

Covered Spaces 0 Front Footage 285 Lot Size Dimensions 266X1644 Open Parking YN No Road Surface Type Paved Water Access Yn No Water Extras Yn No Water View Yn No Waterfront Feet Total 0 Waterfront Yn No

Interior Features

Cooling YN No Heating YN Yes Sewer Septic Needed Water Source Well Required

Property Features

Flood Zone Code Ae For Lease Yn No Listing Terms Cash Ownership Fee Simple Realtor Info As-IsDocs Available Special Listing Conditions None Tax Annual Amount 54.45 Total Annual Fees 0 Total Monthly Fees 0 Utilities Electrical NearbyWater Nearby Zoning Agrmh


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