Homes For Sale In Keystone Heights, Florida
Looking For Homes For Sale In Keystone Heights, Florida?
Keystone Heights, Florida is a city of about 1,500 people, located in southwest Clay County. Keystone Heights is located amongst several lakes and ponds including Lake Geneva, Santa Fe Lake, Lake Brooklyn, Lake Bedford, and Crystal Lake. Schools in the area include Keystone Heights Elementary and Keystone Heights Junior and Senior High School. The city was settled in the early 1900s and was incorporated in 1925.
Things To Do
There are a number of parks and outdoor spaces located throughout Keystone Heights. Keystone Heights Recreation Park, Leona F. Terry, Azalea Park, Keystone Heights Natural Park, and Speedville Park. The Palatka-to-Lake Butler State Trail begins nearby and runs for 47 miles in one of the prettiest parts of the state. Little Rain Lake Park offers tennis, basketball, football and baseball fields for kids and adults in the area. Mike Roess Gold Head Branch State Park sits on 600 acres and offers camping, hiking, and lakefront cabins.
Homes For Sale in Keystone Heights, Florida
The data relating to real estate displayed on this website comes in part from the Internet Data Exchange (IDX) Program of Stellar MLS. All listing information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed and should be independently verified through personal inspection by appropriate professionals. Listings displayed on this website may be subject to prior sale or removal from sale; availability of any listing should always be independently verified. Listing information is provided for consumers' personal, non-commercial use, solely to identify potential properties for potential purchase; all other use is strictly prohibited and may violate relevant federal and state law.
Gainesville, Florida is about a half hour away and offers all kinds of activities to enjoy. The University of Florida is located in Gainesville and is home to over 50,000 students. To the northwest of Keystone Heights, Florida is the Santa Fe Swamp Conservation Area which consists of 7,272 acres of preserved land, perfect for fishing, archery, and wildlife viewing. To spend a day at the beach, head an hour east to St. Augustine Beach or an hour and a half west to Cedar Key.