Sale Price: $6,900
Closest Community/City To The Property: Lee
GPS Coordinates: 30.4464, -83.2277
Size: 2.9 Acres
Short Legal: RIVER COUNTRY S/D, LOT 36, OR BK 141 PG 168 OR 846 PG 203
Zoning: Vacant Land
Terrain: Flat with trees
Road Access: unpaved
Electricity: None At Present
Water: Well is needed
Sewer: Septic Tank Required
Annual Taxes/ HOA Dues: 108.78
For zoning restrictions in Madison County, please call
Jeanne Bass at 850-973-3179
What's Happening in Madison County FL?
Offering a beautiful country backdrop to history, culture, and nature gives us the reason to boast that "Our Attraction Is Only Natural."
Madison County is home to our Four Freedoms Park where the Four Freedoms Monument resides to symbolize the four freedoms outlined in a speech by President Franklin D. Roosevelt and salutes our very own hometown Hero, Capt. Colin P. Kelly, the first hero of World War II. Our rich architectural history shines with the stately Madison County Courthouse, circa 1912, and the real life "To Kill A Mockingbird" style courtroom still in use today. Guided walking tours are available of our downtown historic district that includes Madison's oldest home, the Livingston House, circa 1836, many historic markers and churches. We even have a classic steam engine that was in service in 1919 and is still operational today!
Our western Town of Greenville recently renovated the childhood home of entertainer Ray Charles, a simple beginning for a most talented man, whose life-sized bronze statue is displayed proudly in Haffye Hayes Park on US Highway 90 in Greenville.
Madison County is bordered on three sides by rivers, the Aucilla River to the west, the Withlacoochee to the north, and the Suwannee River to the east. The Madison Blue Springs State Park, a first magnitude spring known worldwide, touts beautiful water, and allows access to the Suwannee River for canoeing, cave diving, fishing, and swimming.
If you enjoy bird watching, we are home to the Ladell Brothers nature center and the Twin Rivers State Forest which also lends itself to horseback riding.
Finally for the cycling enthusiast, Madison County exhibits beautiful country roads with cycling lanes that make up a 100 mile loop around the county. Our Rails to Trails project, the Four Freedoms Trail begins just north of the City of Madison and ventures 11.65 ending with a beautiful overlook of the Withlacoochee River. Highway 90, which stretches from the Jefferson County line through Greenville, Madison, and Lee to the Suwannee County line is embedded in the American Cycling Association Southern Tier, section 7 Coast to Coast cycling route.
Withlacoochee River-North Canoe Trail
This river gently curves through Twin Rivers State Forest past hardwood forests, crystal-clear springs, and sandbars along the bends. Primitive camping is allowed along the way. There are some small shoals, but portaging is generally not necessary. The Withlacoochee contributes a significant amount of water to the Suwannee River and joins it at Suwannee River State Park. The trail ends at the boat ramp in the state park, about a quarter-mile upstream on the Suwannee River
Interstate 10 is the main interstate highway through Madison County, running west and east through the panhandle from Alabama to Jacksonville. Four interchanges exist in the county at US 221 south of Greenville, (Exit 241), SR 14 (Exit 251) and SR 53 (Exit 258) south of Madison, and CR 255 south of Lee (Exit 262).
US 19/27 is a multiplexed pair of south-to-north US highways in the southwestern corner of the county known as the Florida-Georgia Parkway.
US 90 was the main west-to-east route through Madison County until it was supplanted by I-10.
US 221 is the main south-to-north US highway in western Madison County.
State Road 6 runs northeast from US 90 into Jasper in Hamilton County east of Madison.
The Land USA
Jorge Mejia ext. 107
Aleen Rosenheim ext.106