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

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Owner Financing Available10 acres in located between 78th Ave and 94th Ave in the Gainesville MSA area of projected growth. As you can see from the comps, it is very competitively priced. Only 15 minutes from Gainesville shopping and the University of Florida, but nestled in the horse-country of NW GainesvilleAlachua.Bring your own builderAt the highest point of the property is a row of 8 Huge granddaddy oaks. This is one of the few lots left in this area that has not been clear cut. Plenty of woodpeckers, chickadees, titmice and more.Back 3 acres can be easily cleared for horses.The lot is relatively flat and has no problems with flooding. Survey and soil engineering have been done.Can be subdivided into 2 5-acre lots.On a county maintained road in the desirable 94th ave. area.Easy 10 minute drive to Publix, Lowes and other shopping in Jonesville, or Alachua. 15 minutes from Gainesville and the University of Florida, Shands hospital and cancer center and much more...All of the people living on that road have been there at least 12 years.DIRECTIONSGo West on 39th avenue to Couty Road 241. Turn Right North and drive 2.7 miles until you see NW 78th Ave. Turn left. Drive 5.2 miles and turn right at NW 226th st. Drive half mile and the lot is on the left. Just behind Forest Grove Baptist Church on about 8520 NW 226th st.Lot Size 435,600 sq ft
beycome.com Listing ID: bey441823.
You can contact the owner directly at: 844-799-7886, ext: 441823.
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  • Price: $99,000
  • Square Feet: 10

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