Situated in Western Alachua County, this exceptional 6.5-acre parcel offers a prime location, strategically positioned halfway between the charming towns of Newberry and High Springs. Boasting convenience, it sits just under 12 miles from the I-75 corridor and a mere 15 miles from the vibrant city of Gainesville. The property, a corner lot at the intersection of US Highway 27/41 and County Road 232, presents a unique opportunity in a rapidly expanding region. While currently zoned Agriculture, the burgeoning growth in the area sparks speculation about its potential for commercial development, although this concept has not been thoroughly vetted. Across the street, a similarly situated corner lot holds commercial zoning but remains undeveloped, leaving room for future possibilities. The Annual Average Daily Traffic on the US Highway is an impressive 8100 vehicles, and 3600 on the County Road, plus there is over 1500' of road frontage showcasing the accessibility and visibility this location offers. For those who appreciate the great outdoors, the property is surrounded by recreational gems, the Santa Fe River with it’s many Springs is just to the North. There are several State and County Parks nearby and the Easton Sports Complex is less than 5 miles down the road. Job opportunities abound, thanks to its proximity to Gainesville, Alachua and Newberry and the potential for commercial growth. Residents can also benefit from the region's excellent educational institutions, and convenient shopping options, making it an ideal area for those considering relocation or wanting to start a business. While the property holds promise for the future, it's crucial to note that any potential development would require rezoning and adherence to permitting processes. This location provides a well-rounded appeal for those contemplating a move or commercial development in this thriving North Florida area. Don’t miss this opportunity, call me today to see this property.