The median home value in High Springs, FL is $158,500.
the county median home value of $124,600.
The national median home value is $170,100.
The average price of homes sold in High Springs, FL is $158,500.
Approximately 72.74% of High Springs homes are owned,
compared to 10.12% rented, while
17.15% are vacant.
High Springs real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a High Springs real estate agent to arrange a tour today! Learn more about High Springs Real Estate.
Great opportunity for builder/builder owner!! 14 Lot Prepared Subdivision, Spring Run Village. Located near Gainesville just outside the city of High Springs, Florida, Gilchrist County. Approximately 78 acres total with one 8.66 acre lot and thirteen 5 acre lots. All lots are beautifully wooded and build ready with electricity available, septic and private well required. Paved street with two round-a-bouts and drainage easements currently all maintained by Gilchrist County. Subdivision entrance prepared with drainage easement, stop and speed limit sign and community signage. Survey and supporting documents available in attachments. Situated near the Santa Fe and Suwannee Rivers, this secluded property offers an easy commute to Gainesville, University of Florida and Shands Hospital. Enjoy world famous Jennie Springs Cave Diving Resort, Blue Springs Park and Poe Springs State Park, which are all just minutes from Spring Run Village. Perhaps you would prefer to play golf at one of the areas finest courses or venture out into the gulf for some salt water fishing or maybe go on a clam hunt out of Steinhatchee. Spring Run Village is deed restricted to sight built homes only and horses and pets are welcome. Owner financing is available, down payment and terms are flexible. Own the Florida dream in this unique and scenic part of the state. Call today for an appointment!
This 20 acre parcel is located in the Springstead Subdivision, Alachua County, High Springs, Fl. The property is currently being used as agricultural land, but can be subdivided into minimum 4 acre parcels for single family residential use as per the deed restrictions with a minimum of 1500 living square feet. Springstead is a Horse Community, so bring your Horses and design your Dream Home with Stables. High Springs is minutes from Gainsville and easily accessible to I-75. The property is cleared and fenced. Well water in this part of the State is like Bottled Spring Water, hence the name High Springs.
DREAM BIG! Gorgeous 19.6 acres with nearly limitless possibilities. Located on county graded road close to Ginnie Springs, this beautiful tract is high and dry pastureland with a few scattered trees. No deed restrictions, ready to build and enjoy as you like. Great neighbors make for nice quiet country living. Property is fenced and green belted; currently leased for hay. Electricity is readily available. Gainesville and the Oaks Mall are just minutes away. This property is being sold as-is, where-is
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