Come and see this Beautiful 835-Acre ranch in Madison, FL. The main parcel features a wonderfully balanced mix of open & shaded pasture, woods, timber, and lakefront on a gently rolling landscape. The pasture is divided by multiple well-maintained fences and gates, providing ease of cattle rotation. The property boats almost a mile of shoreline and the large lake is accessed from a small inlet pier. You can enjoy this property for a myriad of uses from cattle, recreation, fishing, hunting, and many more. The second parcel is a 65-acre estate, composed mostly of pasture, and includes a beautiful house, equipment barn, and over 2,000Ft of hard road frontage on Sundown Creek Road. The property is sprinkled with large live oaks - one over 600 years old. These properties are being sold as one at a per-acre price less than - including the house. Owner financing is available for those who qualify.
• 835 Total Acres
• Over 4,000 ft of lakefront on Lake Sampala, direct lake access and boat pier
• Fully fenced and cross fenced
• Comfortable home on 65 acres with ancient live oaks
• Only 45 min from Tallahassee and less than 10 min from I-10 Exit 251
• Owner financing available
About as far north as you can go in Florida, Madison exudes Southern hospitality. A walking tour of Madison reveals antebellum architecture and a mansion used as a Civil War hospital. In the heart of Madison's historic district is the Four Freedoms Park, which features a memorial that was dedicated on the anniversary of Florida's endorsement of President Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation. Located adjacent to I-10 midway between Jacksonville and Tallahassee, Madison is surrounded by farms that grow peanuts, corn, & cotton, as well as lush pastureland. Just outside of town, trails and rivers appeal to cyclists, paddlers and divers. The City of Madison has been designated as one of the "Best Little Towns in Florida" by Visit Florida, and serves as the county seat for county government. For over 50 years, the city has served as home for North Florida Community College and as an out-campus for St. Leo University. Downtown Madison is filled with quaint gift shops, antique stores, and various eateries. All of the downtown area is overflowing with classic 150 to nearly 200 year old homes and buildings.