Own a part of history! Originally granted by president Ulysses S. Grant in July of 1875 to homestead settler Nelson Mason was a large tract of land that would include a beautiful clear water lake with an abundance of fish and wildlife all around. The lake is named Mason Lake today. This 6.4 acre tract of land with 250 feet of waterfront sits high and dry. Mason Lake is large enough for wake boarding, wake surfing, jet skiing, tubing, skiing, swimming, and some great fishing. The concrete block 2/2 home features, pecky cypress trim, enclosed glass porch with a side screened area that both overlook the lake. The large living room has high beam exposed ceilings which makes the 3 sided elevated open style wood fireplace really stand out. The kitchen with separate dining area also is very spacious. The property is partially fenced. Several buildings are on the property including, pole barn for equipment, storage/shop, pump house, old bungalow boathouse with changing room and a carport. The natural and planted landscaping includes many varieties of plants including bamboo and Live Oak trees. This property is located near Historic Melrose and just 30 minutes to Gainesville, Ocala and Palatka Florida. Come see why it's just a different way of life out here in rural America and living the lake life! P..S.: Chickens, Ducks, Goats, Horses and more are welcomed here. (Shown by Appointment Only)
Listing courtesy of CENTURY 21 LAKESIDE REALTY.
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