Sept. 26, 2019 – Amidst a backdrop of escalating real estate prices, shrinking housing inventory and an ever-increasing demand for land, there is an oasis. Gulf Breeze Shores, a new waterfront community, featuring 40 deep dockable waterfront lots with access to the Gulf of Mexico, is being made available for the first time to the public at a Saturday, October 12th, Grand Opening. Find out more here www.gulfbreezeshores.com. The community is located on Florida’s Nature Coast on the Withlacoochee River, a major tidal river flowing directly into the Gulf. It’s a favorite for boaters and sport fishing enthusiasts.
Terry Clayton, the managing member of Florida Land Sales, LLC, the group behind this offering, has been in the land business for over 35 years in Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina. He says, “Unspoiled property like this, with these massive oak trees and palms along a stretch of significant waterfrontage, this close to the Tampa metro area, is a find of a lifetime. This is one of the few big waterfront tracts of land left around here. We are excited to be able to offer these lots at these prices. We expect a big turnout for our sale.” Waterfront lot prices will start at just $69,900 for 1.3 acres and premium deep water, dockable lots starting at only $99,900.
- Property is Being Liquidated by a Family Trust
- New County Maintained Paved Roads
- No Monthly HOA Dues
- Nicely Wooded with Granddaddy Oaks
- High Speed Internet
- Florida’s Nature Coast
- Easy Drive to Tampa
- Minutes to Crystal River Florida
- World Famous Fresh and Salt Water Fishing
- Deep Water Dockable
- Bring Your Own Builder
- No Time Frame to Build
The surrounding area draws visitors from all over the country. Crystal River and Homosassa Springs are famous for snorkeling and Scalloping. Much of the region is forever- wild parkland, honeycombed with hiking trails and waterways. There are beaches and coastal towns lined with shops and restaurants to explore and fun community festivals; and on any given day, you’ll find people gathering along the water’s edge. Watching sunsets is practically a local sport.