This irregular shaped property is located off of I-75 at Exit #309 in Sumter County, FL. It consists of 314.95 acres and is being used for cattle and hunting. The property begins at the southeast corner of I-75 & Exit #309 and has 1 mile of frontage along CR 673; all of which is high and dry back to a minimum depth of 500 ft. There are approximately 185 acres of uplands consisting of a mixture of open pasture and woods. The majority of the wetlands are a large lake on the northwestern portion of the property. The entire property has barbwire fence and there are no structures. There is also a small area containing approximately 0.16 acres on the northwest portion of the property owned by Sumter County that is an old cemetery from the early 1800s called Wild Cow Prairie Cemetery.
The parcel is located off CR 673 in Bushnell, FL. It is immediately off of of I-75 & Exit # 309 in Sumter County. The central location provides easy drive to Tampa (50 miles south), Orlando (64 miles east), Ocala (47 miles north), and Gainesville (79 miles north)
Agricultural. In the past approximately 20 acres of road frontage was zoned commercial but since the property was not developed into commercial within the time allowed, it reverted to agricultural zoning. Conversations with the county staff indicate they would support rezoning again to commercial use.
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