Welcome to cattle country! This six-acre gentle man’s farm is surrounded by the largest ranches in Florida. The property is ready for your horses and other farm animals. There is no longer a need to buy chicken or eggs. You can raise your own chickens right here on this extremely well-constructed and maintained rural homestead. Starting at the top, you can see that there is a metal roof. The life expectancy of this roof could easily exceed fifty years. The house is sided with “Blue Board” (similar to hardie plank fiber concrete) siding. There is no better siding product for this use. The house is built utilizing stem wall construction, which is superior to the monolithic concrete slab that most Florida homebuilders are selling. The floors are above the ground and installed over a trussed floor system. This flooring system makes repairs and maintenance much easier than monolithic slabs provide. Luxury vinyl plank flooring is the finish product you see in the interior pictures. Luxury vinyl plank flooring is attractive, water resistant and easy maintenance. The next feature that pops out when studying the photos is the cedar trim on the interior of the house. Yes, the trim is natural cedar and is applied to the window frames, crown molding and baseboards. (The owner does not compromise on quality.) The windows are insulated double pane windows. The living areas and bedrooms are good sizes, providing for a spacious living environment. A feature of this house that is important to many homemakers is the indoor utility/laundry room. When looking through the photos you will see the pull cord hanging from the dropdown staircase in the utility/laundry room. There is plenty of storage in the attic. When you walk around the house you will notice that there is a whole house generator system installed on the back side of the house. The generator transfers with the property. This is a fantastic asset, especially in the event of an unexpected power outage. The air conditioner is new; installed in August, 2020. Some rural homeowners do not pay attention to the landscaping around their houses. This property owner does. The lawn around the house is irrigated and the grass is fertilized and well maintained. The oak trees are perfectly placed, regularly trimmed, irreplaceable and unduplicable. You can’t get oak trees like these at the local home improvement store. The property is fenced and cross fenced. One of the pastures has irrigation heads installed that make watering that entire pasture not only possible, but easy. There are five livestock stalls in place on the property that are all plumbed with automatic watering systems. The support posts are planted between three and four feet deep in the ground and embedded in concrete. They are rock solid. The detached carport accommodates two cars. There is ample parking for guests. Every gentle man’s farm needs storage and a well-equipped workshop. This exceptional ranch includes over 2,000 square feet of covered storage including an enclosed workshop with electricity and lighting, In closing, the fence around the property and the fence posts tell the story. Every fence post is sturdy and straight. (Yes, there are horses standing in these pastures.) The fence posts, and everything else on this gem of a farm, are quality built and built to last. Don’t we all wish that everything would be built to last? Contact your favorite REALTOR to see this beautiful farm property, today.