Bradham New River is a 1,432-acre recreational tract consisting of pre-merchantable timber, hardwoods, and Old Florida. It features 2.5 miles of frontage on New River and has a good interior road system. The abundance of game makes it a true sportsman’s paradise. It’s currently leased for hunting on a year-to-year basis. rnrnThe property is located on State Road 18 in Worthington Springs in North Central Florida. Due to its sprawling size, it’s situated in both Union County and Bradford County. The main access to the property is via SW 206th Avenue off of CR 18.rnrnThe property is well-located. It allows for easy access from Gainesville (30 minutes), Jacksonville (1 hour), Ocala (1 hour), Orlando (2 hours) and Tampa (2 hours). Also, local shopping and retailers are less than 20 minutes away.rnrnThe Union County portion of the property is zoned A2 – Agriculture and has a future land use of A2 – Agriculture (one home per 20 acres). The Bradford County portion of the property is zoned ESA-2 (Environmentally Sensitive Area) and A-1 (Agriculture) and has a future land use of ESA -2 (one home per 10 acres) and Agriculture 1 (one home per 15 acres).rnrnThe site has approximately 3,000′ of frontage on State Road 18. It’s estimated to be 40% uplands.