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BROOKSVILLE, FL 34601
What a perfect place to build your dream home. Two parcels combine to make almost 22 acres. Backs up to the Withlacoochee state trail and the Withlacoochee River is near by. Land is partially cleared and impact fees have been paid. Property already has a well, electric, 5 light poles, some with water, satellite tv and internet available. 2 large newer agricultural storage buildings. Buildings have power and water. Many security cameras and lighting. Mobile home may be put on property. Some fencing is in place, there is an electric gate to the front entrance. Bring your horses, and enjoy nature at its finest.
Listing courtesy of STELLAR_MLS / COASTAL PROPERTIES GROUP
Last updated Jan 8, 2022
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MLS# U8014112 —
From Brooksville go North on Highway 41 to right on Lake Lindsey Road to left on Lingle Road. Property is approximately 1/2 mile on right.
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That part of s1/2 of sw1/4 lying E of Lingle rd & W of old RR subject to an easement Des in Orb 2534 PG 803
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Heating & Cooling
Brooksville Elementary School
Hernando High School
D. S. Parrott Middle School
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