Homes For Sale In Hawthorne, Florida
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Hawthorne, Florida is a city of about 1,500 people, located in eastern Alachua County. The city was incorporated in 1881 and has a rich railroad and agricultural history. It is a true crossroads community located where Route 301 and Florida State Road 20 intersect. Everyone seems to know everyone, encouraging a true sense of community. Hawthorne has a rural lifestyle, with many people commuting into Gainesville for work. Schools in the area include Shell Elementary School and Hawthorne Middle & High School.
Things To Do
Hawthorne Recreation Park is a beautiful park with sporting fields and walking trails. Many community events are held here each year. Little Orange Creek Nature Park contains 65 acres of unpaved trails, perfect for hiking, biking or horseback riding. Just north of the park, you will find The Little Orange Creek Nature Preserve which contains approximately 3,000 acres of undeveloped lands. There are nature trails and educational programs for children.
There are some great restaurants in the area including Dianne’s Old Time Barbecue, Judy’s Pizza, and P J’s Cafe & Catering.
Homes For Sale in Hawthorne, Florida
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The city of Hawthorne, Florida is surrounded by several lakes and rivers. A few of the more prominent ones include Little Orange Lake, Lochloosa Lake, Orange Creek Camp Lake, and Newman’s Lake. The St. Johns River is about a half hour to the east where many outdoor recreational activities can be found. If you are looking for a day at the beach, Crescent Beach is just over an hour away. Orlando and all the popular theme parks can be reached in only about an hour and a half.