Recreational Property composed of approximately 91% wetlands and 9% uplands. There is a camp site along NW Lovett Road with electrical service, well, and septic tank. The site also has a portable building fitted with air conditioning which is covered by a wood post shelter. The site is equipped for satellite television.
Beautiful river property in a secluded area. In addition to a well-maintained custom manufactured home, there is a screen-enclosed porch area with attached living quarter complete with a half-bath (adding an additional 850+ SF). The property is improved with a wood-frame cottage dwelling (approx. 20′ x 20′) with a full bath. The yard has a metal storage building. The 6-acre property has been cleared and cleaned with easy access to the Santa Fe River, which is intermittently spring-like clear. The property owner has full use of the community park with a boat ramp and picnic facilities.
Well-maintained 24-unit park with a commercial well and individual septic tanks. Paved driveways and well-kept grounds. Most of the units are single-wide housing with areas ranging from 700 to 960 square feet and were installed new circa 2001. There is one space (not included in 24 spaces) that is lot rental only. There are 20, 2BR-2BA units; 2, 2BR-1BA units; and 2, 3BR-2BA units. Rents range from $750 to $800 per month. Books are available to qualified buyers.
Cage-free layer farm on 40 acres under contract with a leading, national egg producer. The land is composed of 18 ac. +/- pasture, 8 ac. +/- poultry and home site, 11 ac. +/- woodland, and 3 ac. +/- pond. Improvements include two, 40’ x 515’, and one 40’ x 520’ layer house, an egg cooler building, a 75KW generator, 1,296-SF manufactured home, and a storage building. The poultry houses were originally constructed circa 1996-1997 but have had subsequent equipment modernization and building updates.
Approx. 140 acres +/- comp. of rolling hay pasture (100 ac .+/-), large oak wooded uplands (29 ac. +/-), and building site (11 ac. +/-). The site has beautiful rolling hills and views with large oak trees. Building improvements include a 2,356-SF, 4/3 double-wide manufactured home; 960-SF, 3/1 frame rental house (1961); 65′ x 76′ hay barn; 4, 18′ x 20′ metal carports; and a 920-SF, 3/1 original site-built home (1940) that would require renovation. There are various other minor building improveme