23730 NE 130th Court Road, Fort McCoy $240,000

Quiet country living is the best way to describe the location of this 10 acre property on Lake Claire(approx 5 acres is lake). remodeled 1997 manufactured home. This home includes 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, new sub floor, laminate floors throughout, update kitchen. Main bedroom is spacious with walk in closet and main bath has a garden tub, shower enclosure and new double sink vanity. Guest bedrooms are cozy in size and guest bath is all new. Kitchen has all new cabinets, butcher block counters and includes stainless range and refrigerator appliances. New deck overlooking the lake would make great place for early morning coffee or sunset dinners. Outdoors is a center isle metal barn and carport/storage building as well. Located in NE Marion County just off split of CR315 and CR21 on paved road with easy access to Ocala, Palatka or Gainesville. Address is Fort McCoy, Florida but this property is in Orange Springs and over looks private lake with great canoeing, kayaking, fishing and bird watching . just minutes from the Ocklawaha River and Rodman Reservoir with world renowned large mouth bass fishing. Located minutes from the home area restaurant, Dollar General, convenience/gas station and lots of friendly folks. Interlachen is just short drive with the similar shopping and more.


  • 3 Bedrooms 
  • 2 Bathrooms 
  • 1997 Manufactured Home 
  • 1,248 Living Sq. Ft. 
  • 10 Acre Parcel 

Google New Patent Ad

“Advertising Based on Environmental Conditions”

This is the goal of the newest Google patent that will use data gathered by smartphone sensors to target ads at users, PC World reports. Temperature can be gathered from the smartphone, web browser or search engine located  at the user’s site and obtain information on the environment including temp., humidity, light, sound and air composition.

Why would they care?

Example would be winter season comes and triggers ads for Local Heater & Repair companies and vice versa for warm climate or rainy climate. The patent will also allow Google to analyze background noise. Say you are at a concert and make a phone call, Google could be able to determine your taste and push ads for albums, tickets or musical equipment to the phone.

What Can You Do To Protect Yourself?

Well you don’t have to do anything now, because it is only a patent filed by Google. Google also assures us they will notify users if and when they implement the technology to protect your privacy by opting in or out. If you use Google products now you should always check your user setting to make sure you are not sharing information, you do not wish to share.

Happy Smartphone Surfing or Appling, Whichever You Prefer!

“Until Next Time”