The median home value in Lamont, FL is $172,250.
the county median home value of $365,000.
The national median home value is $277,796.
The average price of homes sold in Lamont, FL is $172,250.
Approximately 69% of Lamont homes are owned,
compared to 16% rented, while
16% are vacant.
Lamont real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Looking for a place to stay during hunting season? This is a rare opportunity to own a hunting camp in Three Rivers Hunting Club. Located in one of the most beautiful places Taylor County has to offer, this 2 bedroom 1 bathroom is ready for cookouts, campfires, and hunting stories with friends and family. You do not need to be a member of Three Rivers Hunting Club to gain access to this property.
Check out this hidden gem nestled in the middle of fishing and hunting heaven located just minutes from the historic Aucilla River. â€œNeat as a pinâ€ best describes this tiny house with one bedroom and one full bath situated on .30 acre of a well-manicured yard. This small, well-kept home measures 12x34 with a 10x32 screened-in porch. An immaculate interior boasts a full kitchen, plenty of cabinet space, stove and a refrigerator. High ceilings and lots of natural lighting allows the homestead to look larger than it is. This is a true hunterâ€™s or fishermanâ€™s paradise at an affordable price without having to settle for that â€œcampâ€ feel. You have well water, septic tank, carport, 2 metal utility buildings, an RV carport with full RV hook-up, a fish cleaning shed with table and running water, washer and dryer hook-up, as well as a yard full of fruit-producing trees (fig, pear, grapefruit and kumquat), as well as beautiful ferns surrounding the home and perimeter of the property. This outdoorsmanâ€™s hideaway is located a little over one mile from the public boat ramp, allowing access to the pristine beauty of the Aucilla River, teeming with freshwater bream and bass and is a very short distance from the historic Mandalay Landing, which allows for a short ride out to the open waters of the Gulf of Mexico for some of the best flats fishing and offshore fishing in the world. This is a true nature loverâ€™s paradise, located in the heart of the Big Bend of Florida, offering the ultimate in eco-tourism attractions â€“ fishing, hunting, scalloping, birding, boating, sailing, canoeing, hiking, artifact hunting, wildlife observation and nature photography. Wildlife abounds! You will regularly see hummingbirds, osprey, bald eagles, woodpeckers, swallow-tailed kites, blue herons, white pelicans, turkeys and storks. In the river, donâ€™t be surprised to spot manatees, otters and porpoises, while in the woods you will find raccoon, deer, wild hogs, foxes, coyotes, bobcats and even an occasional black bear. You are just a short 45-minute drive from Tallahassee and 20 minutes from Perry. About 30 minutes away is the village of St. Marks, where the St. Marks River converges with the crystal-clear Wakulla River. This area has a rich archaeological history dating back to the Pleistocene era. Nearby recreational areas include Hickory Mound Impoundment, Goose Pasture Recreational Area and the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge â€“ all offering scenic beauty and abundant wildlife.
This single story home is on a large acre in a hot neighborhood. From the open-concept kitchen and living room space to the large shaded backyard, there is plenty of room for the whole family to enjoy. Recent updates include kitchen and bathroom faucet fixtures, hot water heater, tile flooring throughout, fresh paint inside and out and fairly new Hvac system. Situated in a family-friendly neighborhood convenient to Tallahassee.