Withlacoochee River Campsite (Adjacent Avail)

Lot # 425
APN Parcel Number (APN)4543-000
Physical AddressNW 22nd Terrace Jasper, FL 32052
SubdivisionFlorida Campsites
CountyHamilton
StateFL
GPS Coordinates30.501550, -83.238055View Map
Size0.600 acres
Lot Dimensions100 x 280
Road AccessDirt
ZoningResidential
Annual Property Tax$33.00
Legal Description

8 1N11E 5-147 LOT 147 ORB 144-471 FLORIDA CAMPSITES ORB 787-77 ORB 787-123(C/D) ORB 790-286 ORB 790-500(C/D)

Alternate ID
Additional DetailsAdjacent Lot 148 Also Available! Other lots in area also avail for relatives (just far enough away!! : )
Deed TypeWarranty Deed
StatusPENDING
ATV
ATV
Camping
Camping
Corner lot
Corner lot
Graded
Graded
MH/RV
MH/RV
Suggested Retail Price
$9,900.00
Our Price
$3,250.00
SAVINGS
$6,650.00
Suggested Retail Price
$9,900.00
Our Price
$4,900.00
SAVINGS
$5,000.00
Loan Term30 months

Monthly Finance Payment$189.87
Payment Details
Our Price
$3,250.00
Document Fee
$295.00
Transfer Tax
$41.60
Total
$3,586.60
This lot is Pending and cannot be purchased
Payment Options
Deposit Details
First Finance Payment
$189.87
Document Fee
$295.00
Transfer Tax
$96.75
First Month Tax Escrow
$2.75
Total Due Today
$584.37
This lot is Pending and cannot be purchased
Payment Options

.60 acre campground / building lot, very close and by very close I mean steps to the Withlacoochee river!  Adjacent lot also available and would make for 1.2 acre site!  Public boat ramp at end of road!!  So convienient!! 

The Withlacoochee River originates in Georgia, northwest of Nashville, Georgia. It flows south through Berrien County where it joins the New River and forms part of the boundary between Berrien and Cook counties. It then flows south into Lowndes County, Georgia. At Troupville, Georgia the Little River joins the Withlacoochee River flows continues to flow south and forms part of the boundary between Lowndes and Brooks counties in Georgia. The river then flows into Florida for 1.34 miles Florida before returning into Georgia for an additional 2.44 miles. It then returns to Florida, forming the northeast boundary of Madison County, Florida and the western boundary of Hamilton County, Florida and eventually merges with the Suwannee at Suwannee River State Park west of Live Oak. The river is 115 miles (185 km) long.[1] It is believed to be the source for the name of the central Florida river of the same name.

Convienient to Suwannee River Park which was among the first parks to become part of the Florida State Park system. An original 300 acres was purchased in 1936. The park now has more than 1800 acres in three counties: Suwannee, Madison, and Hamilton.

The river hums with echoes of history - of the booming days of plantations and logging empires, of the high times of paddle-wheel boats steaming up and down the river, of the long disorientation after the Civil War, and of the quiet persistence of strong pioneers who lived off this land and profited from the rivers.

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