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A Micanopy, Florida Lakeside Home
21381 NW 39th Ct., Micanopy, Florida 32667
Micanopy is a charming little town on the shores of 15,000-acre Orange Lake in north central Florida and is the setting for this lakeside single family home for sale. Built in 1984, the property has two bedrooms, two baths and 1,394 square feet. The asking price is $295,000.
The home's exterior is brown brick with brown shutters. A one car attached garage is at one end of the long driveway.
Inside, the flooring is beautiful brown vinyl planking; the walls are dark peach with white trim and the traditional ceiling is white. A fireplace adorns one living room wall. A large covered patio wrapped in windows provides lovely water views.
Multi-colored tile floors, brown cabinetry, tan countertops, yellow walls, black and white appliances and a large window overlooking the lake are in the kitchen.
Both bedrooms have two windows. One bath has a walk-in shower and the other a tub and shower. A separate room holds the washer and dryer.
There is no HOA fee.
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About 15 miles south of Gainesville in rural, north central Florida, Micanopy (population 675) is a charming, old fashioned little town on the edges of Orange Lake. It dates from 1821 and is named for a Seminole Indian chief.
With canopy dirt lanes, tall oak trees dripping with moss and slightly dilapidated historic buidlings, Micanopy evokes an earlier time. Even its cemetary is picturesque.
Cholokka Boulevard, the main street, is lined with colorful antique stores and cozy eateries, some of which have a national reputation (Southern Living has called Pearl's Country Store and Barbecue one of the country's best BBQ joints). Mosswood Farm Store and Bake House is also worth a visit.
Many homes are ranch ramblers and sit on leafy acreage.
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