Very nice lot located inside of the Ocala National Forest in Silver Springs, Florida. This .20 acre lot in the Silver Lakes Acres subdivision is close to numerous lakes and the aquatic springs in Marion County, Florida. The springs are one of the largest artesian springs in the world, producing nearly 550 million gallons of crystal-clear water daily. Silver Springs forms the headwaters of the Silver River, the largest tributary on the Ocklawaha River, a part of the St. Johns River system. Community includes canals, beach, boat ramp and clubhouse.
The property is located just blocks from HWY-40 which runs west to I-75 in Ocala which can be used to connect south to Tampa or north to Atlanta, Knoxville, Lexington, Cincinnati and Detroit. HWY-40 runs east to I-95 in Daytona which can be taken south to Miami and the Florida Keys or North to Jacksonville and on to the entire eastern seaboard of the country. Very central location in highly desirable area.
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Purchase Price: $8700 (REDUCED EVEN MORE TO ONLY $4000 with CASH DISCOUNT!! - That's only 48% of Market Value!!)
+ Deed Preparation Fee, Recording and Documentary Stamps Tax: $238.00
Total Due: $4238.00
OR FINANCE IT for $4800 (No credit checks)
$415.19/month for 12 months
$286.97/month for 18 months
$223.04/month for 24 months
$184.82/month for 30 months
$159.46/month for 36 months
The chart above is the breakdown of what the monthly payments would be with $200 down. The monthly payments would be less with a greater down payment. These prices are before the monthly service charges. These fees will be an additional $30/month for loan servicing and liability insurance and 1/12 of the yearly tax bill per month (approx. $11.53). The total due today reflects the $200 down payment as well as a one time documentation and processing fee of $495 due upon agreement acceptance (depending on the terms agreed to, this fee may be able to be paid over a few months). You may pay off the property at any time with no pre-payment penalty.
About the Ocala National Forest
The Ocala National Forest offers an accommodating climate for year round recreation. The mild winters are fine for family camping while a summer canoe trip down a palm-lined stream is a cool way to spend an August day. The temperatures for the dry months of November through February range from around 50 F to 72 F. The summer season is much warmer and wetter. Short afternoon thundershowers often raise the humidity to about 90% while the temperatures range from 80 F to 95 F. The average rainfall is approximately 55 inches per year.
It is also known for having over 600 natural lakes and ponds. This water plays an important part in a variety of recreational opportunities in the forest. Activities range from canoeing, boating, fishing, skiing, snorkeling, scuba diving, swimming and the use of personal watercraft. Several boat ramps are available in the forest.
It has a wide variety of wildlife. The Florida Black Bear population has its highest concentration here. American Alligators, white-tailed deer, wild boar, and numerous small animals, including squirrels, bats, Coyote, Gray Fox, Red Fox, Virginia Opossum, Raccoon, North American River Otter, Bobcat, Striped Skunk, Southeastern Pocket Gopher, and Nine-banded Armadillo can be found as well. The sandy soil is home to the Gopher Tortoise.
Many hiking trails run through the forest including the Florida Trail, Salt Springs Observation Trail, Lake Eaton Sinkhole Trail, St. Francis Trail, and Yearling Trail.
Bicyclists can travel along a challenging 22-mile (35 km) long ride on the Paisley Woods Bicycle Trail.
The Ocala National Forest offers many locations to ride Off Road Vehicles. Currently, two trail systems offer a variety of recreation experiences: (1) the Ocala North OHV Trail System offers a longer experience with six distinct trail loops totaling 125 miles (201 km) and (2) the Wandering Wiregrass OHV Trail in the Southeast portion of the forest offers shorter day-use riding with a trail length of 17 miles (27 km). A small trail 20 miles (32 km) long called the Scrubjay and a longer trail 42 miles (68 km) long called the Centennial may be accessed from trailheads off FR 573, SR 40 and the Big Scrub Campground. There are areas that are restricted to off road vehicles; a detailed forest map can help provide information on areas open to off road vehicles.
There are many trails for horseback riding in the forest. Forest riding trails are actually old roads. Some of the best trails include the One Hundred Mile trail and the LAM trail.
The Ocala National Forest is a wildlife management area, in which hunting and fishing activities are managed by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. A permit is required for all hunters (except those indicated as exempt) to hunt in this area. A Quota Hunt Permit may also be required during certain time periods or certain game.
APN (Assessor's Parcel Number): 3266-002-012
Size: ..20 Acre
Address: SE 169th Avenue Road, Silver Springs, FL 34488
Short Legal: SILVER LAKES ACRES UNIT 1BLK B LOT 12
Zoning: R4 - Single Family Residential, No Mobile Homes per deed restrictions
Terrain: Level, Lightly Wooded
Road Access: Paved
Electricity: On Paved Road.
Water: Well Needed
Sewer: Septic System Needed
Note: $50 annual HOA fee to maintain canals, street lights, beach, boat ramp and clubhouse.
Orlando 70 miles
Ocala 18 miles
Daytona Beach 57 miles
Jacksonville- 95 miles
Tampa 108 miles
There are also many Florida attractions and international airports close by. Some of these include:
Walt Disney World 75 miles
Universal Studios - 71 miles
Sea World - 74 miles
Daytona International Speedway/Airport - 55 miles
Busch Gardens 104 miles
Orlando International Airport 81 miles
Ben Hill Griffin Stadium/O Dome (UF Sports) 53 miles
Jacksonville International Airport 109 miles