Rosewood Forest is a 79 acre tract offering an affordable timberland with the opportunity to create a retreat or homesite located only 9 miles from Cedar Key in Levy County, Florida.
Rosewood Forest is located in Levy County, Florida which borders the Gulf of Mexico. The property is adjacent to Rosewood, which is a small community with primarily full-time residents. This area of Florida is known as the lower costal plain and is a mosaic of flatwoods, sand ridges, and bottomland hardwood/cypress areas. The tract is bordered by private timberland on the east and west. Other rural residential land borders the property on the north and south.
Bronson, the county seat, is only 24 miles away. Chiefland is only 19 miles north. Chiefland’s population is just over 2,000. The town offers many amenities including grocery, pharmacy, automotive, hardware, and building supplies. The unique and picturesque coastal town of Cedar Key is only 9 miles away.
You can experience the quiet seclusion of a small community, but the convenience of being near larger metropolitan areas including Ocala (61 miles), Gainesville (48 miles), and the coastal town of Cedar Key (9 miles). Cedar Key has a public airstrip that allows you to fly to just about anywhere along with great fishing and many local restaurants.
The Rosewood Forest tract has paved frontage on SW 60th Street. It also has frontage on SW 110th Avenue. The tract is directly accessed from SW 60th Street and SW 110th Avenue. The tract has a small internal road system consisting of flat roads and trails the provide access to portions of the property.
Rosewood Forest offers flat land with varying levels of drained soils. The pine plantation soils are productive with modern silviculture. This area generally supports deer, hogs, and some turkey.
Rosewood Forest offers existing plantations that can be thinned a second time for additional income, increasing recreational opportunities, or increase future property sale potential. The plantations could also be clear-cut for greater income potential or to establish new plantations.
The merchantable planted timber was inventoried in December of 2020. The timber consists of 2002 planted slash pine. There are a few small hardwood bottomland areas consisting of maple, gums, and cypress species.
To see timber volumes, please view the property report.