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Phase I and Phase II of Oak Walk

29.45 acres
Durden Avenue Bell FL 32619
PHASE I AND PHASE II OF OAK WALK. DEVELOPERS AND BUILDERS TAKE NOTE! 17 'ready to go' lots (Phase I) and 32 potential 1/2 acre lots (Phase II). Oak Walk is a deed restricted development with a minim...
Anne Barnett, Southern Property Services, Inc
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26 Acre w 3/2 DWMH

26 acres
4750 NW 27th Court Bell FL 32619
26 acres with 3/2 DWMH fenced and ready for you horses. Property has lots of trees and is very private. You will see a lot of wildlife on this property. 6 miles to the town of Bell and short commut...
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2 bed/1 bath 2.27 acres

2.27 acres
3460 NW 50th Street Bell FL 32619
Very well maintained 2bed 1bath home on 2.27 acres, north of Bell. Screen porch across front of home. Completely fenced yard with electric gate and lots of faucets for watering yard, extra fenced in ...
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Gilchrist County, FL Land Info

Gilchrist County is a mid-size urban county located in a busy metropolitan area of Florida. The most common type of land for sale in Gilchrist County recently was farms, while Trenton was the city in Gilchrist County with the most land for sale. Data from July 2016 places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Gilchrist County at $9,961, with an average list price of $297,474 for land and farms for sale in Gilchrist County. Of the 67 counties in Florida, Gilchrist County ranks 57th in terms of its population (17,199, according to Census data from 2015). Government and state-level services are the main economic drivers in Gilchrist County. The county is also considered popular among retirees. In terms of size, Gilchrist County is Florida's 64th biggest county (355 square miles, which represents one percent of the state). Farming activities in Gilchrist County generate annual revenues of $89 million, 32 percent of which is from livestock products and 68 percent from crop harvests. The main agricultural staple here is crop farming (classified by the U.S. Census Bureau to include crops such as wheat, corn, hay and cotton).

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