REAL ESTATE NO RESERVE, BEAUTIFUL LOT for SALE IN INVERNESS FLORAL CITY FL

Category Real Estate Land

Current price $7,989.00

Buy It Now price $16,986.00

Listing type Chinese

Location Lehigh Acres, Florida 339** US

Quantity sold 0

Quantity available 1

Bids 0

Seller forsale-98 (7)

Seller rating 0% positive feedback

Property Address 618 N FITZPATRICK AVE

State/Province Florida

Seller State Of Residence Florida

Zip/Postal Code 34453

Zoning Residential

City INVERNESS

Acreage 0.25

Type Homesite, Lot

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BEST PLACES TO LIVE IN CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
Small town - On the west coast of Florida, 70 miles north of Tampa. November, April and March are the most pleasant months in Citrus County, while August and July are the least comfortable months.
HIGHLIGHTS
ECONOMY
The unemployment rate in Citrus County is 5.2% (U.S. avg. is 3.7%). Recent job growth is Positive. Citrus County jobs have increased by 1.2%. More Economy
COST OF LIVING
Compared to the rest of the country, Citrus County's cost of living is 13.5% lower than the U.S. average. More Cost of Living or Compare Citrus County's Cost of Living
WEATHER & CLIMATE
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VOTING
Citrus county voted Republican in the previous five Presidential elections. More Voting Stats
POPULATION
Citrus County's population is 141,373 people. Since 2010, it has had a population growth of 0.5%. Learn More...
TRANSPORTATION
Average Commute time is 25.3 minutes. The National Average is 26.4 minutes. Learn More...
REAL ESTATE
The median home cost in Citrus County is Real Estate: $157,800. Home appreciation the last 10 years has been 8.8%.
SCHOOLS
Citrus County public schools spend $9,779 per student. The average school expenditure in the U.S. is $12,383. There are about 13.3 students per teacher in Citrus County. More Education
The many benefits of living in the Homosassa Springs metro include low crime, mild winters and affordability. The region features a coastal shoreline, which is a great recreation resource.
Some disadvantages of the Homosassa Springs metro area include humid, few cultural resources and hot summers.
The annual BestPlaces Comfort Index for the Homosassa Springs metro area is 7.0 (10=best), which means it is more comfortable than most places in Florida. November, April and March are the most pleasant months while August and July are the least comfortable months.
In the Homosassa Springs metro area, there are 6 comfortable months with high temperatures in the range of 70-85 degrees. The most pleasant months of the year for the Homosassa Springs metro area are March, November and February. July is the hottest month for the Homosassa Springs metro area with an average high temperature of 91.9 degrees, which ranks it as warmer than most places in Florida. January has the coldest nighttime temperatures for the Homosassa Springs metro area with an average of 44.9 degrees. This is colder than most places in Florida.
The annual rainfall of 52.2 inches in the Homosassa Springs metro area means that it is drier than most places in Florida. The wettest season is Autumn with 44% of yearly precipitation and 16% falls in Spring, which is the driest season. June is the wettest month in the Homosassa Springs metro area with 7.9 inches of rain, and the driest month is November with 2.0 inches.
Humidity in the Homosassa Springs metro area can be oppressive in the summer, but pleasant for much of the year. The humidity here has been described as stifling in August and July. The humid season extends from May-October and the most comfortable months are November-April.
There is rarely any recorded snowfall in the Homosassa Springs metro area, ranking it as one of the least snowy places in Florida. Any measurable snowfall is a rare occurance in the Homosassa Springs metro area.
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The complete opposite of your regular city life with its long queues and traffic jam, Citrus County is an ideal getaway for people who are looking for a peaceful holiday with nature. It is located in the state of Florida and has a population of just under 150,000. The county features many beautiful parks, majestic springs, rich nature preserves, and numerous wildlife. One of the most-visited destinations in Citrus County is Crystal River, with its springs with crystal clear water, which is home to a large population of manatees. It also offers various activities, such as fishing, swimming, hiking, biking, and more. In case you need more information about the activities and attractions in the area, read on, and discover our list of the best things to do in Citrus County, Florida, for your guide.
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1. SEE BEAUTIFUL ARTWORKS AT OLD COURTHOUSE HERITAGE MUSEUM
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A historical attraction in Citrus County, Old Courthouse Heritage Museum tells about the prehistoric and pioneer days of the county through exhibits and artifacts. Also, here you can view more recent collections and learn about how the country’s developments and the film industry have contributed to what Central Florida has become. Another attraction that may interest you here is the old courtroom, where Elvis Presley filmed his ninth movie entitled “Follow that Dream” and where also a lot of locals played as extras.
> OLD COURTHOUSE HERITAGE MUSEUM
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> Address: 1 Courthouse Square, Inverness, FL 34450, USA
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> Website: Old Courthouse Heritage Museum
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> Opening hours: Mon - Fri: 10am - 4pm (closed on Sat & Sun)
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> Price: Free but donations welcome
2. VIEW MANATEES AT HOMOSASSA SPRINGS WILDLIFE STATE PARK
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In the early 1900s, Homosassa Spring was a popular train stop, where lots of people would stop to picnic as the train cars were loaded with the fresh catch of the day like fish, cedar, and crabs. Now, the place serves as a home to many wildlife. It has an Underwater Observatory where people can walk beneath the spring and view freshwater creatures like manatees and many species of fish. Also, you’ll be given a chance to have an up-close encounter with Florida’s wildlife. The park serves as a home to many captive animals like flamingos, red wolves, black bears, Key deer, and more.
> HOMOSASSA SPRINGS WILDLIFE STATE PARK
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> Address: 4150 S Suncoast Blvd, Homosassa, FL 34446, USA
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> Website: Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park
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> Opening hours: 9am - 5:30pm (daily)
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> Price: 13 USD
3. EPERIENCE PRIMITIVE CAMPING AT CHASSAHOWITZKA RIVER CAMPGROUND
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Are you looking for a place and activity where you and your kids can bond and be with nature? If so, then you have to visit the Chassahowitzka River Campground and experience everything it has to offer. This campground has an area of 5,677 acres (2297.4 hectares) and features campsites, hiking trails, rivers, creeks, springs, and more. It has 80 full-service campsites which include a primitive camping site where you can camp like the old days with no modern appliances and conveniences in hand. Also, you can engage in a lot of activities, such as biking, hiking, boating, kayaking, and more.
> CHASSAHOWITZKA RIVER CAMPGROUND
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> Address: 8600 W Miss Maggie Dr, Homosassa, FL 34448, USA
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> Website: Chassahowitzka River Campground
4. ATTEND THE CITRUS COUNTY FAIR
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An annual event in the county, Citrus County Fair features different exhibits that mirror the way of life of the locals as well as showcases different local products and produce. It has livestock shows, rodeo, breeding beef, poultry, handicrafts, farm produce, and more. To make the experience more enjoyable, they have free music, attractions, games, and special rides. You will also never get hungry here for there are wide arrays of food and drinks stalls scattered around the area.
> CITRUS COUNTY FAIR
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> Address: 3600 S Florida Avenue, Hwy 41 South, Inverness, FL 34450
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> Website: Citrus County Fair
5. GO CYCLING AT WITHLACOOCHEE STATE TRAIL
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One of the longest paved rail-trails in the area, Withlacoochee State Trail is 46 miles (74.03 km) long which is perfect for cycling, running, walking, and skating. Also, there is an unpaved equestrian trail parallel to a portion of the paved trail. Moreover, it is recognized as National Recreation Trail, where you’ll have an opportunity to view plants and wildlife. Make sure not to skip this activity whenever you’re in the county.
> WITHLACOOCHEE STATE TRAIL
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> Address: 3100 S. Old Floral City Rd. Inverness FL 34450
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> Website: Withlacoochee State Trail
6. TRY KAYAKING AT HUNTER SPRINGS PARK
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Citrus County features many nature parks and Hunter Springs Park is one of them, which offers lots of opportunities for learning and play. It is a recreational park with the most accessible spring that is open to swimming all-year-round. Another good thing about this park is it is newly renovated and features a beach, a natural shoreline, as well as a bathroom and changing areas. Also, there is a kayak launch and a boardwalk, where you can easily see manatees. Hunter Springs Park will make sure you have an amazing time while you’re here so bring the family with you when you visit.
> HUNTER SPRINGS PARK
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> Address: 18 NE 2nd St, Crystal River, FL 34429, USA
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> Website: Hunter Springs Park
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> Opening hours: 8am - 7:30pm (daily)
7. DINE AT OLD MILL TAVERN HOMOSASSA
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If you’re looking for a local eat, where you can have delicious food without breaking the bank, then you must head down to Old Mill Tavern. A lovely restaurant next to Yulee Sugar Mill Ruins Historic State Park, Old Mill Tavern has a rustic ambiance set in a lodge-style space with hanging string lights and quirky sports decor. As for its menu, the restaurant offers varieties of beers and American grubs. Some of their bestsellers include the chili cheese dog and baby back ribs. Also, they have karaoke nights and live music which add to its entertainment value.
> OLD MILL TAVERN HOMOSASSA
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> Address: 10465 W Yulee Dr, Homosassa, FL 34448, USA
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> Website: Old Mill Tavern Homosassa
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> Opening hours: Sun - Mon: 11am - 12am; Wed - Thu: 11am - 12am; Fri - Sat: 11am - 2am (closed on Tue)
8. GO SIGHTSEEING AT CRYSTAL RIVER STATE ARCHAEOLOGICAL PARK
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With an area of 61 acres (24.68 hectares), Crystal River State Archaeological Park has so much to offer. The archaeological site portion of the park features pre-Columbian and native America burial mounds, temple, a plaza area, and more. But aside from its historical aspect, the place offers a coastal marsh where you can catch saltwater and freshwater fishes. Also, since it is a part of the state’s birding trail, you can see different species of birds here.
> CRYSTAL RIVER STATE ARCHAEOLOGICAL PARK
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> Address: 3400 N Museum Point, Crystal River, FL 34428, USA
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> Website: Crystal River State Archeological Park
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> Opening hours: Thu - Mon: 9am - 5pm (closed on Tue & Wed)
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> Price: 3 USD
9. HAVE A PICNIC WITH YOUR FAMILY AT COOTER POND PARK
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Located in Downtown Inverness, Cooter Pond Park is an excellent place to bring your family to be with nature and see wildlife. The park features an extensive boardwalk where you can watch turtles in their natural habitat. Also, this is one of the places in Florida where you can bird watch. Apart from the turtles and birds, another attraction here is the statue of oversize turtles, near the entrance, where lots of people love to take their photos. Have a lovely time sightseeing and learning about nature when you visit Cooter Pond.
16. WATCH A RACE AT CITRUS COUNTY SPEEDWAY
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A great place to be during Saturday nights, Citrus County Speedway is often packed with people from all walks of life, families, and groups of friends, wishing to have an adrenaline-pumping night by watching speedy cars flawless maneuver on the race tracks. The bleachers are all renovated to accommodate more people, as well as the kitchen. People love this race track in Citrus Country for its affordable entrance fee and food. Make sure you visit to experience the high people get from watching the racers drive their way to the finish line.
> CITRUS COUNTY SPEEDWAY
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> Address: 3600 S Florida Ave, Inverness, FL 34450, USA
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> Website: Citrus County Speedway
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> Price: 5 USD
17. TRY PADDLEBOARDING AT KINGS BAY PARK
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A small park at the end of the road, King’s Bay Park is known to be the venue of many festivals in Citrus County. It features a small playground for the kids, a dock for boats, and a boardwalk where if you look closely, you’ll see manatees and other wildlife. Also, this park is perfect for kayaking and paddle boarding.
> KINGS BAY PARK
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> Address: D268 NW 3rd St, Crystal River, FL 34428, USA
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> Website: Kings Bay Park
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> Opening hours: 8am - 8pm (daily)
18. HAVE A GREAT TIME WITH NATURE AT HOLDER MINE CAMPGROUND
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Located inside the Holder Mine Recreation Area, Holder Mine Campground is the perfect place to experience nature and all its glory. The campsite is surrounded by turkey oak trees that will shade you during the hot days and keep you cool during the nights. It has potable electric water that will make your life easier if you intend to stay for a day or two. Also, it features bathrooms with shower and restroom as well as dump station and pavilion. Additionally, the campsite has recreational activities in the form of two hiking trails and access to the Wildlife Management Area, where you can have picnics or go hunting.
> HOLDER MINE CAMPGROUND
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> Address: 4399 Trail 10, Inverness, FL 34452, USA
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> Website: Holder Mine Campground
19. CAMP OUT AT POTTS PRESERVE
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Located between the Withlacoochee River and the Tsala Apopka Chain of Lakes, Potts Preserve is protected land with an area of 8,500 acre (3,440 ha) which serves as home to many wildlife. You’ll find here many species of birds which include Florida-Scrub Jay, a nearly extinct species of bird. You’ll also find a variety of wildflowers, local trees, and plants. Moreover, the area has hiking trails, campsites, as well as areas for birding, horseback riding, fishing, boating, and more.
> COOTER POND PARK
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> Address: 181 US Hwy 41 S, Inverness, FL 34450, USA
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> Website: Cooter Pond Park
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> Opening hours: 24 hours (daily)

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