(699278) Lot 52 SW Commodore Rd. Dunnellon, FL. 34431
77 x 143
11,011 sqft lot
Marion County, Florida, is home to Silver Springs, one of the worlds largest artesian springs, and dozens more, including Rainbow Springs, Salt Springs, Juniper Springs and Silver Glen. Located in north central Florida along Interstate-75 and spanning 1,652 square miles, Marion County boasts a mix of urban, suburban and rural areas and includes the vast Ocala National Forest, Floridas second largest national forest.
Originally what is now known as Marion County was part of Alachua County, Hillsborough County, and Mosquito (now Orange) County. Marion County was created on March 14, 1844. It was named for General Francis Marion, of South Carolina, also known as the Swamp Fox during the Revolutionary War. Marion County drew many of its earliest settlers from South Carolina. One hundred years after its creation Marion County boasted a population of 35,132 persons. Within Marion County are the following cities/towns: Ocala, the county seat; Dunnellon; Belleview; Reddick; McIntosh; and Citra.
Marion County has two significant natural sites. First, near Ocala, are the beautiful springs which attract thousands of visitors annually - Silver Springs. Secondly, is the Ocala National Forest, which covers 389,000 acres of land. Established in 1908, it is the oldest National Forest east of the Mississippi River and southernmost in the continental U.S. It is the largest existing area of Sand Pine, or Scrub Pine.
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