Prime warehouse/shop building featuring 4,474 SF red iron building with galvanized steel siding, thick 6’’ poured commercial slab with 12’’ footers, single phase and two phase electric power-supply, 18’-20’ ceiling heights, two 5’x 25’ sliding grade level receiving doors, caged tool room and second story office on the upper mezzanine area. Subject lot fronts Pleasant Grove Road/CR 581 (8,400 AADT) with 287’ on .9 acres. This double corner lot is approved for commercial use featuring .75 acre lay-down yard fully fenced with sliding gate access accommodating large commercial vehicles and equipment. This site is located between two major arterial highways: E Gulf To Lake Hwy/ SR 44 (29,500 AADT, 2.4 miles) and S Florida Avenue/US 41 S (11,800 AADT 13.4). Easy access from the subject property allows you to connect local towns such as: Inverness (2.4 miles), Floral City (12.2 miles), Homosassa (16.4 miles) and Lecanto/Beverly Hills (12.2 miles). Located in the growing Citrus County, part of the Tampa-St Petersburg MSA, the 18th Largest in the nation. With a population of 155,582 residences and growing annually at a rate of 1.29%, Citrus is the 34th largest county in the State of Florida. Citrus County is large and land barren, with over 60,000 vacant parcels green-lighted for development, plans to expand utilities across the county, and further improving and widening of several cross connecting highways, including the newly completed extension of the 589-Toll Road to SR-44 with further expansion to CR-486, set to be completed by early 2023. Logistic Details: County Road 486 runs entirely along West Norvell Bryant Highway. It runs West to East from SR 44 east of Crystal River into US-41 in Hernando, just south of the southern terminus of SR 200. The route was once former SR 486. County Road 486 spans 4 lanes, is almost entirely a divided highway, and is flanked by a parallel bicycle path on the south side. County Road 491 is Lecanto Highway, a bi-county South to North road that begins at the Hernando-Citrus County Line in Oak Grove near the Withlacoochee State Forest, and ends at SR 200 in Stoke's Ferry, just south of the intersection with the northern segment of CR 39. It was formerly designated as SR 491. County Road 44 (often marked as County Road 44W) exists as the western tip of old Florida State Road 44, south of "Downtown" Crystal River. The suffix "W" was most likely added to not confuse this section with State Road 44, to the north, and to show its location by being west of US 19 and US 98(SR 55). As with the majority of these type of 'coastal spur' routes, in West Central Florida, it is county maintained. U. S. Route 19 (US-19) runs 264 miles (425 km) along Florida's West Coast from an interchange with U. S. Route 41 in Memphis, Florida, south of Tampa, and continues to the Georgia border north of Monticello, Florida. Newly 6 lane Hwy constructed from Hernando County line to Fort Island Trail and US 19 in Crystal River, Florida.


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