Gilchrist County, Florida Land Information
Gilchrist County spans 355 square miles and lies in a more rural region of Florida. Founded in 1925, Gilchrist County's population has grown to over 17,000 residents since its early days with 4,137 settlers. Though some may prefer city life, Gilchrist County provides untarnished natural amenities that cannot be found elsewhere. Devil's Ear Spring, for example, is a beautiful natural spring off the banks of the Santa Fe River that offers crystal clear water where families can swim. Throughout the county, Gilchrist offers fishing, swimming, recreational, and wildlife experiences. Land for sale in Gilchrist County, Florida, recently totaled over $51 million and almost 21,000 acres. Recent data indicates there was a two percent change over last month based on the total number of land and property listings advertised for sale in Gilchrist County. Gilchrist County is the 64th largest county (355 square miles) in Florida. Gilchrist County is in the North Central Florida region of Florida. Gilchrist County farms are focused toward crops like wheat and cotton. The county is considered popular among retirees. Government and state-level services are the main economic drivers in Gilchrist County, Florida. To find more land for sale in Florida
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