Retail Site - High Springs

18920 NW County Road 236 High Springs, FL 32643

18920 NW County Road 236, High Springs, FL, 32643
18920 NW County Road 236, High Springs, FL, 32643
FOR SALE
Property Type:
Other Land
Amount:
$225,000
Last Verified:
Feb 27, 2019

Highlights

  • 2.4 acre site at the I-75 & SR 236 interchange in High Springs (Exit 79) with easement along I-75 for highway signage. This site is at the I-75 southbound ramp, next to the High Springs Campground entrance and 4 miles north of Alachua/SR 441.
  • Location is halfway between Gainesville and Lake City and 4 miles west of High Springs. This is an underserved interchange.
  • Restaurant with drive thru is permitted with BH zoning. Some deed restrictions may apply.

Description

Land for Sale

High Springs, FL

Front Street is a boutique, full service, commercial real estate service firm offering its clients brokerage, leasing, property management, and insurance solutions. We are INVESTED in our clients, the community and in the commercial real estate industry. Through our INVESTED program, we maximize our impact in the communities we serve through action and leadership. Our mission is to impact our community, clients, and industry by doing commercial real estate differently. Our vision is to serve a select group of owners and users of commercial real estate by leveraging the experience of our specialized, collaborative, team and to impact our community through investment in cause-related organizations.

Lot Size: 2.4 acres

Map of 18920 NW County Road 236, High Springs, FL, 32643

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