Located on S.R. 206, 1 mile east of C.R. 305 and 3 miles west of I-95 in southeast St. Johns County, Florida. The Southeast Quadrant is 1,472 acres in size and has 1 mile of frontage on S.R. 206 and a quarter-mile wide panhandle connecting to the future extension of C.R. 305, south of S.R. 206. The Quadrant is improved timberland with a variety of aged-stands of immediately merchantable timber. The land features diverse wildlife habitat in a 2 mile by 1 mile block, having 5 miles of interface with thousands of acres of managed timberland. Important features include; improved roads and site drainage and gated entrance roads. Uses include on-going timber management and promisingly-productive private hunt club operations with longer-term residential development opportunities.
Over 640 Acres
High & Dry
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