PROPERTY DESCRIPTION Approximately 18 acres located within River Cove Landings on the north side of West Fort Island Trail in Crystal River, Florida. The property is planned for 33 lots with sewer, water and roads in place. This is an opportunity to develop the remaining acreage within River Cove Landings into single family homes, several "estate lots" or one large riverside compound with views of the beautiful Crystal River, dock access and a boat slip. River Cove Landings provides gated access with well kept landscaping, a pool and tennis courts. Fort Island Trail Park is immediately to the west and provides additional access to the river via boat ramps and a fishing pier. There are several other boat ramps and marinas in close proximity from which one can launch or store a boat. Less than a ten minute drive to Fort Island Beach, Three Sisters Spring, and the nearest grocery (Winn Dixie).
Crystal River is at the heart of the Nature Coast of Florida and offers proximity to St. Petersburg/Clearwater, Tampa and Orlando. Over 150,000 people per year visit the area to enjoy it's wildlife, sport fishing and beautiful scenery. Tourism generates approximately twenty to thirty million dollars of economic impact for the area each year. The Crystal River is a six mile long, winding waterway that is fed by 30 freshwater springs. During the winter months, over four hundred manatees flock to the river to seek refuge from the cooler Gulf waters.
PROPERTY SIZE 18.02 Acres planned for up to 33 single family lots.
ZONING CLR (Coastal and Lakes Residential) - Per the previous development plan, density may not exceed 2.25 units per acre. There are 33 units of density remaining of the 78 units previously approved.
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