7040 NE 199th St Rd Citra, FL
Don’t Let The Age Fool You! This lovely 2005 built concrete block home sits on 3.01 acres and shows pride of ownership inside and out. Upon arriving on paved road NE 199 Street Road you will see fenced, gated 3 acres of pasture dotted with oak trees for shade. The home is 2000 living square feet and includes 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Living room is very large with tray ceiling, recessed lighting and great for entertaining with open floor plan to kitchen and dining area. Kitchen is spacious with formica cabinets and countertops, all stainless appliances included(glass top stove/range, refrigerator and dishwasher). Main bedroom is nicely sized with walk in closet and main bathroom features include tiled floors, double sinks, tub/shower combo and lots of storage space. There is an additional bedroom on the North side of the home which would make great office, workout room. Bedroom 2 & 3 are cozy in size and have great view of the pastures and fencing. Guest bathroom includes tiled floors, double sinks and tub/shower combo with glass sliding door. There is inside laundry area in hallway between guest bedrooms and nice sized linen closet(washer and dryer are included as well).
Outside are many great features including 25′ x 56′ Metal Workshop w/ 110V power and 2 roll up doors and 25’x56′ Covered Parking, total size under roof 2800 square feet. 2018 Horse stall insulated and fencing. Fenced paddock behind the home is perfect for horses, cattle or would make the perfect garden.
*Updates: Electrical switches and outlets – 2020, Painted home / fencing front/back pastures / horse stall – 2018, Appliances – 2017
Citra, Florida is known as the home of the pineapple orange, (originally called the Hickory orange) a name coined in 1883 for an orange (fruit) with an aroma reminiscent of the pineapple. Citra has two buildings on the National Register of Historic Places: The Citra Methodist Episcopal Church and the Armstrong House. It is home to a University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences plant research facility. Some funs things to do include visiting Animal Rescue Sanctuary or stop by The Orange Shop for fresh squeezed Florida Orange Juice or some cool merchandise. Skunkie Acres offers horse back riding and every local loves visiting Crones Cradle Conserve with great outdoor gardens and country store full of local homemade foods and stuff. Located just short drive to Ocala or Gainesville, don’t miss this great property surrounded by horse country.