6.73 AC in Argyle Forest

7403 Argyle Forest Boulevard Jacksonville, FL 32244

7403 Argyle Forest Boulevard, Jacksonville, FL, 32244
7403 Argyle Forest Boulevard, Jacksonville, FL, 32244
Property Type:
Other Land
Last Verified:
Jan 22, 2021


  • +/- 6.73 AC of land with 849' of frontage on Arglye Forest Blvd (34,547 VPD)
  • +/- 3.37 AC usable land, +/-3.36 wetlands
  • Retail or office development
  • City water and sewer
  • Electric available on Argyle Forest Blvd.
  • Nearby to the expanding Collins Road and brand new First Coast Expressway
  • Easy access to I-295
  • Near busy signalized intersection of Rampart Road and Argyle Forest Blvd.


7403 Argyle Boulevard consists of +/- 6.73 AC with 849' of frontage and great visibility on a highly trafficked main road. The subject property is next to a brand new Racetrack gas station and a busy signalized intersection. Surrounded by many national retailers and dense residential neighborhoods, this property is perfect for a multitude of uses including an animal hospital, veterinarian's office, car wash, and medical office.

The subject property is located near I-295, between the First Coast Expressway and Blanding Boulevard in the Argyle Forest sub-market of Jacksonville/Orange Park.

Lot Size: 6.73 acres

Map of 7403 Argyle Forest Boulevard, Jacksonville, FL, 32244

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