4.79 Acres - Access To Bike Trails
SR 20, Hawthorne, Florida 32640
Alachua County, Florida
Lot Features & Description
Reduced!! 4.79 Acres in south Alachua County right on the Hawthorne Trail!! Lovely meadows with scattered pine and mature hardwoods. Lot 46 is a mix of pine and hardwoods. Gainesville is about 15 minutes to the west and Hawthorne is about 10 minutes to the southeast. You get both worlds…ride your horse, bike or run or skate on the trail that runs along the south side of the property. Or, if your are in a hurry, just drive into Gainesville on Hawthorne Road. The trail meanders through some of Florida’s most beautiful and mysterious habitats. You will see all kinds of wildlife as you ride. You cross over the creeks and through the woods and into one of the most wonderful prairies – Paynes Prairie – found any where in Florida. There are several side trails through the Paynes Prairie that are fun-likely you will even see an alligator. The property itself (Lot 46) is a mix of pine and hardwoods. This parcel is one of two that the seller is offering. They are separated by another lot. The other lot, Lot 44, is more open with lots of scattered live oaks and other hardwoods. Gainesville-Hawthorne Trail State Park stretches 16 miles from the City of Gainesville’s Boulware Springs Park through the Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park and the Lochloosa Wildlife Management Area. As such, the trail takes you through some of the finest natural areas in north central Florida. It is wooded and quiet even though it travels close to busy highways and country roads. The entire trail is a pleasure to ride, and there are even a few hills to climb and speed down. If you take your time and visit La Chua trail in Paynes Prairie, you might even have an opportunity to see bison, wild horses and sandhill cranes.
Directions to Lot
Nearest Main St/Rd: Hawthorne Road Directions: From ...SR 26 go southeast on Hawthorne Road for about 10 miles; property will be on the right side.
Maps & Files
Aerial Map PDF
$443 annual taxes