Marion County Land for Sale

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2,011 Properties:

$624,900

Turning Hawk

5.1 acres
1111 SE 82nd Street Road Ocala FL 34480
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Ride to the Florida Greenway and minutes to the mall from the highly desirable, equine friendly neighborhood of Turning Hawk Ranch. Immaculate property with luscious landscaping and numerous home enh...
Robin Dailey, Keller Williams Cornerstone Realty
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$349,000

Gorgeous 4/2 in SE Ocala

1.12 acres
282 SE 95 ST Ocala FL 34480
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Absolutely gorgeous custom home in Southeast Ocala on 1 acre with no HOA dues! The 4/2 open floor plan features an upstairs bonus room with separate entrance, spacious formal dining, cozy study nook,...
Robin Dailey, Keller Williams Cornerstone Realty
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$799,000

4 miles from HITS

10 acres
8060 W Highway 326 Ocala FL 34482
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Located 4 miles from HITS and from I-75 in the heart of Ocala's NW horse country is an income producing farm with professionally built Olympic size, irrigated, lighted and mirrored dressage arena with...
Robin Dailey, Keller Williams Cornerstone Realty
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$529,000

Camellias Paradise

10 acres
700 SW 96th Lane Ocala FL 34476
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Attention! For someone who appreciates Camellias, a private paradise on 10 acres awaits in the Southwest. Imagine coming home on a winding drive greeted by magnificent Camellias of all colors. A morni...
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Marion County, FL Land Info

Marion County is a large urban county located in a busy metropolitan area of Florida. Of Florida's 67 counties, Marion County ranks 17th in terms of its population (343,254, according to 2015 Census estimates). The county is also considered popular among retirees. At 1,663 square miles, Marion County is Florida's sixth biggest county (covering less than one percent of the state). Recent internal data place the average per-acre value of land for sale in Marion County at $14,664, with an average list price of $558,965 for land and farms for sale in Marion County. 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). Farming activities in Marion County generate annual revenues of $188.2 million, 23 percent of which is from livestock products and 77 percent from crop harvests.

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