A gated entrance invites you into this 35 acre ranch, featuring lush green pastures w/ scattered Oaks. Driving up to the main house w/ its rocking chair front porch, you will be proud to call this your home! Custom built w/ 3,000+sqft living it features: 10 ft ceilings, Gourmet kitchen, w/ wood cabinets, Corian counters; great room is anchored by the wood burning rock fireplace. Double doors lead to the spacious master suite w/ Jacuzzi tub & walk-in shower. Oversized screened porch w/ connecting deck is designed to enjoy the tranquility & privacy you crave! Several outbuildings: 4-car garage, 2 workshops (A/C), large barn w/ up to 6 horse stalls & tack room.
Citrus County from the Citrus County Commissioners Website.
Welcome to Citrus County. If you’ve ever wanted to swim with a manatee, relax in front of a gorgeous sunset, or reel in the “big one” on one of our scenic rivers… then you’ve come to the right place!
Citrus County was created in 1887 and was formerly part of Hernando County.
It was named for the county’s citrus trees. The rich historical culture and variety of shops, water recreation, golfing, and dining experiences, make Citrus County one of the most enjoyable places on the west coast.
Citrus County is a county located in the U.S. state of Florida.
As of the 2010 census, the population was 141,236.
Its county seat is Inverness, and its largest community is Homosassa Springs.
Citrus County comprises the Homosassa Springs, FL Metropolitan Statistical Area.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 773 square miles (2,000 km2),
of which 582 square miles (1,510 km2) is land and 192 square miles (500 km2) (24.8%) is water.
There are a number of uninhabited and/or sparsely inhabited coastal islands that can be accessed via watercraft. While some of the Citrus County islands are state lands thus available for public use for recreational opportunities, many other Citrus County islands are private property and are either wholly or partially owned by private parties.
According to the US Fish and Wildlife Services’ aerial manatee surveys, as many as 400 of these unique creatures can be found in Citrus County at one time. This typically occurs only during the coldest months of the year.
Manatees can also be viewed in the underwater observatory at Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park. Most of the park’s residents are injured animals either undergoing rehabilitation for future release to the wild, or will be permanent due to their inability to be released to the wild. The notable exception is Lucifer, an African hippopotamus that had prior movie roles. When a permanent home could not be found for Lucifer, then-Governor Lawton Chiles named him an “honorary citizen of the state”,thus allowing him to remain at the Park.
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- Book Case(s)
- Breakfast Bar
- Ceiling - Cathedral
- Ceramic TileCool - Central Air
- Cool - Central Electric
- Counters - Solid Surface
- Eat-In Kitchen
- Entry - Ground Level
- Fireplace - Wood
- Heat - Central Electric
- Heat - Heat PumpBlinds
- Landscape - Full
- Laundry - Living Area
- Open Floor Plan
- Outdoor Lighting
- Patio - Covered
- Patio - Enclosed
- Plant Shelf
- Porch - Screened
- Pull Down Stairs
- Room for Pool
- Split Floor Plan
- Walk-In Closet(s)
- Wood CabinetsAcreage
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