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Land for sale including Hunting Land in Wakulla County Florida

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$549,000 46 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 2700 sqft
2279 Curtis Mill Rd., Sopchoppy, FL 32358 - Wakulla County

MUST SEE! Beautiful House with Pond, Pool, Landscaping, Timber; PRIVACY

Are you looking for the perfect rural home? Somewhere just close enough to the city and beach with a big, beautiful updated house, privacy, pool, timber, hunting, fishing, 4-wheeling, and more? No need to keep looking! This is it. Located south of Tallahassee, FL near Sopchoppy, this unique property is just minutes from all the benefits of city living to the north, and everything the Florida coast has to offer to the south. With plenty of acres to hunt and play plus a fishing pond stocked with bass, bream, and catfish, this is one rural retreat that you wont get bored with. Fully stocked with 30 acres of mature planted pine and a couple small hardwood ponds provide income potential, wildlife benefits, and huge aesthetic appeal. The curre
Daniel Hautamaki Southeastern Land Group
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$619,010 478 acres
Crawfordville, FL 32327 - Wakulla County

Fanlew Timberlands

With its beginnings as a railway distribution center for the Florida Central Railroad and later the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, the Fanlew community served the sawmills and turpentine stills that once populated the area. Supplies moved in and timber and naval stores moved out, creating a bustling area of commerce. Although now a sleepy hamlet, the timber industry still looms large in the area. The 478-acre Fanlew Timberlands tract, straddling the Jefferson Wakulla County, Florida line only 30 minutes southeast of Tallahassee, serves as both a solid timber investment and recreational retreat. A recent price reduction makes this one of the best values on the market today. Formerly owned by the St. Joe Company, once Floridas largest priv
Arnie Rogers Verdura Properties