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  • 510+/- Acres in Lake County, Florida just an hour northwest of Orlando
  • Over 1.3 miles of frontage on the 9,428+/- acre Lake Griffin, the  8th largest lake in Florida at apx seven miles long and three miles wide
  • Just five miles to The Villages and in the path of growth for future development
  • Owned and preserved by the same family for over 130 years
  • Beautiful, quintessential ‘old Florida’ cabbage palm oak hammocks throughout
  • Within 5.5 miles of The Villages which has 43 golf courses, schools, new retail, and hospitals
  • Lake Griffin’s angling opportunities for largemouth bass, bluegill, speckled perch, catfish and is a popular lake for crappie
  • Lake Griffin is the last lake in the Harris Chain before it flows into the Ocklawaha River running north to join the St Johns River
  • Enchanting setting along the white sandy shore of the lake with moss-draped live oaks, palms, and signs of Native Americans spending time here in the past
  • Apx 80+/- Acres of pasture and former orange grove, the property has some fencing for cattle
  • Areas of natural pines
  • Just northeast of Lake Griffin State Park, 620 acres, home of the state’s second largest live oak
  • Not yet protected by a conservation easement, but would be an ideal candidate


Jon Kohler

Jon Kohler

Mobile: 850-508-2999

Maury L. Carter
& Associates, Inc.

Office: 407-422-3144

Lake Griffin Preserve is 510+/- acres near Leesburg, Florida, just an hour northwest of Orlando and approximately five miles from The Villages, rated the number one fastest growing metro area in the country. Here, you’ll find world class golfing, shopping and dining options, healthcare, schools, and more.

There are exceptional boating and fishing opportunities on the 9,400+/- acre Lake Griffin.

Lake Griffin Preserve has paved road access as well as dirt road access and is just a short drive off of US 27/441.