Cattle Ranch in Alachua County, FL
Drive down the tree lined paved lane and there you’ll see a gorgeous farmhouse sitting on a hill surrounded by 135 acres of Bahia and Coastal grass, it’s absolutely picturesque. This working ranch in Alachua County is dotted with beautiful live oaks and other mature trees. The pastures are fenced and cross fenced.
The cows on this Florida ranch have plenty of room to forage and the wildlife is in abundance and are right at home. Late evening when the sun is setting the backyard and fields are filled with deer and turkey. The traditional colonial farmhouse has plenty of room boasting an open floor plan creating a grand space for entertaining family and friends. A large stone woodburning fireplace and cathedral ceilings greets you as you enter through the front door.
The dining room and large kitchen with ample counters and pantry space is a cook’s dream. 3 Bedrooms and 3 Baths a large office/den, the upstairs loft has a beautiful view of the farm, an improved and recently completed bonus room upstairs could be used as a 4th bedroom. Sit on the front porch and admire brilliant sunsets or the back patio and grill a steak either way you simply can’t go wrong. Fruit bearing trees, flowering shrubs along with many other native Florida plants create a beautifully landscaped yard.
That’s not all there is to this Florida ranch in Alachua County: The 1080sq ft metal carport with workshop has 2 parking bays and plenty of room for ATV’s, Lawn equipment etc. it could serve as a tack room as well. There are two pole barns on the farm excellent for Hay, feed, or equipment storage. Working cattle is a breeze with custom welded pens Arrowquip Chute with vet access and underneath mounted scales.
There is an additional mobile home on a hidden section of the farm that can be utilized as rental income or living quarters for a farm manager or a family member. This farm will not disappoint and is a rare find off a hard road minutes to Gainesville, High Springs, Alachua and I75. The Santa FE and Suwannee River are a few miles away along with several natural springs. If you’re a seasoned farmer and rancher ready to relocate to North Central Florida or if you’re ready to raise your own beef and grow your own vegetables this is a rare find that would allow a family or multiple families to be self-sustaining.
Don’t miss this opportunity! Check out this beautiful cattle ranch in Alachua County now.
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