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1.39 Acres ChiefLand, FL

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Looking for your new home-site, make sure that you check out these two lots. Here you have 2 wooded lots that total 1.39 acres and 1.30, located south of Chiefland The subdivision covenants indicate that these are “homes only” lots. You’ll be just a short drive to schools, shopping and local restaurants. This area provides many natural resources that you’ll love like State Parks and clear, natural springs, the Suwannee River or Gulf of Mexico. Come and see why folks love this area.

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Devil’s Den

Devil’s Den is one of Florida’s premier pre-historic springs. Located in Williston, Florida, this karst cavern is home to one of the most unique diving spots in the United States. With crystal clear water, year round water temperatures of 72 degrees, ancient rock formations with stalactites, fossil beds and much more you’re guaranteed to leave with an experience you’ll never forget! This property is only a 30 Min drive from this location.

Fanning Springs State Park

This property is only 16 Mins away from Fanning Springs State Park. This spring produces 65 million gallons of water daily, making it a second-magnitude spring. Historically, Fanning Spring was a first-magnitude springs as recently as the 1990s. The springs offer the perfect 72-degree water to cool down on hot Florida days and an abundance of underwater wildlife to view. Musk turtles, bass, mullet, freshwater flounder, bowfin (and manatees during the colder days) inhabit the springs and river.

Visitors can enjoy grilling and picnicking under majestic live oaks or a friendly game of volleyball on the white sand court. A playground provides diversion where young guests can swing and play. A boardwalk allows visitors to step back in time to old Florida with a stroll through a breathtaking cypress swamp with cypress knees standing 6 feet tall. This boardwalk ends with an overlook and view of the Suwannee River. During the summer, visitors can sometimes see massive sturgeons jumping.

White-tailed deer, gray squirrels, red-shouldered hawks, pileated woodpeckers and barred owls are some of the animals that may be seen around the park. An overlook at the park allows visitors to view the spring in its entirety and provides a spectacular view of the boil.

Visitors can enter the park by boat from the Suwannee River or by vehicle from U.S. Highway 19.