Welcome to Webster, Florida located in the heart of this beautiful state you'll find a place that is rustic, rural and real! This private property is located on the paved CR 738 just a few miles from I-75 and a short drive to the famous Webster Flea Market. The opportunities are endless to develop this property in to a homestead that you can be proud of. The site is ready to build your dream home and begin your farming activities whether it is growing your own crops, livestock, bee keeping or silviculture. Take advantage of the agriculture opportunities for tax benefits and self satisfaction. You will have great sunset views from the front of your new build and great views of the stately oak trees and serene pond from the back of your new build. The property has fencing around its borders and a gated entrance. The natural pond is located towards the rear of the property and straddles the property line between you and the neighbor. Some areas of the property are protected from building to allow for the natural flow of water shed. Here you will experience wildlife, fresh air, and plenty of space around you. Please check with Sumter County for all your new build questions. The property is zoned AG and has had an exemption for cattle but the current owner is not operating an agricultural business at this time. Sumter County impact fees are very reasonable. Possible short term seller financing with substantial down payment. Take a look-it's beautiful!
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