1/2 Acre lot in OAK WALK IN BELL, FLORIDA. Affordable Owner Financing!! 20% down,7% interest, 20 year amortization, 3 year balloon.
Oak Walk is located in Gilchrist County, Florida on the west side of the charming town of Bell. While the property itself is pretty, we also have planned a charming community by building and situating the homes so that you enjoy just walking and visiting.
Bring your own builder. Exterior elevations need to be approved by the architectural review committee. Garages will either be on the side or in the rear of the home. The subdivision will be deed restricted to homes only with the design based on the "Old Florida" style of development. Front porches, lovely street scapes, a variety of picket fences, and a relaxed southern atmosphere will invite your neighbors for a sit down on the porch. The gracious south is still alive and well right here in Oak Walk. You can start construction of your home when it is convenient for you but, once you do start, construction must be complete within 10 months.
Walking trails will form the border of subdivision and connect to the City park. You can let the kids walk to the park without crossing a street. To the east is the City park and to the west is the Deerwood development with beautiful deed restricted lots ranging in size from 11 acres to 14 acres
From Gainesville take SR 26 west to light in Trenton; turn right onto SR 129 and go about 8 mi to blinking light in Bell (Akins BBQ) on left; turn left and Oak Walk will be on the right about 1/3 mile.
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