$500 to reserve the property is required to begin the purchase process and also covers the documentation fee. This will place a 72 hour hold on the property and is non-refundable.
Love the water and the sun? Bring your boat because we have the land you’ve been looking for! Build your spectacular waterfront dream home on this tree-lined 2.14 acre property with its 100 feet of direct frontage access to the St. Johns River.
Just imagine the smiles on your kids or grandkids faces when they walk out on your dock to hop in the boat or drop a fishing line in the river. With an average of 237 sunny days per year, you can create the life you’ve always dreamed of today!
Land like this doesn’t come along very often. Smaller sized properties in the neighborhood have recently come on the market and sold in the blink of an eye so don’t hesitate. Now is the time to act!
132 Pioneer Trail, Palatka (Green Cove Springs), FL 32043
PT OF GOVT LOTS 2 + 3 OR407 P287
100 x 934
At the Street
St. Johns River
The St. Johns River is the longest river in Florida, flowing 310 miles north from its Headwaters at Blue Cypress Lake in Indian River County to its mouth where it empties in to the Atlantic ocean east of Jacksonville. Contrary to what some might think, the fact that our river flows north is not very unusual. Water flows in the path of least resistance – there are rivers and tributaries all over the world that flow east, west, north, and south. The St. Johns flows north because its Headwaters are a mere 27 feet higher in elevation than where it ends – dropping approximately 1 inch per mile over the course of 310 miles. This slow drop in elevation, makes it one of the “laziest” river in the world.
Crescent Beach (St. Augustine)
This crescent-shaped shoreline surrounds beachgoers with a beautiful stretch of quiet and a family-friendly shoreline.
With its sweeping coastline carving out a huge “C” where it meets the Atlantic Ocean (the crescent shape, of course, giving the area its name), Crescent Beach is tucked between the traditional tourist attractions of St. Augustine and Matanzas Inlet to the south. But for visiting beachgoers, Crescent Beach is slightly off the proverbial beaten path.
Locals love Crescent Beach because it is wide, has convenient parking, and isn’t as congested as many beaches tend to be. Because it is in the southern end of Florida’s Historic Coast, it maintains an “old Florida” vibe as a quieter beach with white sand and located in a mostly residential area. The few restaurants and taverns seem to pop out of the horizon at Cubbedge Road intersecting with Florida State Road A1A. The uninitiated could easily drive through Crescent Beach without knowing it. It’s absolutely a “family-friendly” beach.