6831 US 19,
12.2 Acres on historical Terra Ceia Island. Build your dream home. The site is located at the Southwest corner of U.S. 19 and Ken Hubbard Lane. It is a rectangle with having 383 ft on Hubbard Lane and an overall depth of 1369-1405 ft. Access to the property is difficult as it is overgrown with native trees & scrub underneath. Primarily oak & pine. According to county aerial photos approximately 2.75 acres is contained in a 3.65+ acre lake on the rear. That area is 22% of the total acreage. Electric is connected to the site at the NE corner however the panel breaker is badly rotted. A free flowing well is located near the center of the property, however attached piping is broken. It was most likely a nursery at one time as historically Terra Ceia was once a huge agricultural area due to freeze protection by nearby waters. Ideally located with quick access to I-275. The village Improvement Association is not a homeowners association, but a voluntary part of the community. There is a 3 acre park called the Seabreeze with picnic tables and a fishing pier on Terra Ceia Bay. There are many community activities that take place there plus a hall that was built in 1905 where monthly meetings & covered dish suppers take place. The hall is located on Center Road. Come and visit and see what "Old Florida" really is. There is no survey to this parcel.