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1.23 acres in Jackson County, Florida

00 APPALACHEE Trail, Marianna, Florida 32446 - Jackson County
$25,000 1.23 Acres
Property ID 3243272

Description

This is a 1.23 acre lot that joins 10.1 Acres of conservation property with treasured wildlife. You will have swift access to the crystalline waters of Merrits Mill Pond for great outdoor adventures like hunting, fishing and canoeing. Golfer fans will enjoy the 18-hole public Golf course across the street. For the diver fans, there are many caves in the area worth exploring. Owner financing is available. Down Payment of 15k with a loan amount of 10k for 4 years with an interest rate of 10%. There are other plans available. Call agent for details. If both lots 8 and 9 are purchased together, sellers will take a cash price of $42,000.00. If financed, the seller will ask for a down payment of $20k and finance $27k for 4 years at 10% interest, or 15k down with a loan amount of $34k.

Directions

From the Jackson County Courthouse, go East on Lafayette St. (FL Hwy 90). Turn left onto Indian Springs Road. Go 1.2 miles and take a slight right turn onto Seminole Drive. Go .3 miles and turn right onto Appalachee Trail. Go .4 miles and the property is on the left side, across from houses at 2778, 2800, & 2804 Appalachee Trail. Property on the corner of Clubhouse Dr. and Appalachee Trail.

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