Micanopy Real Estate

Welcome to Micanopy, FL: The Town that Time Forgot


History:


The Town of Micanopy encompasses 1.03 square miles near the Alachua-Marion County line in rural north-central Florida between Gainesville and Ocala. Micanopy’s 669 residents occupy 300 residences. This beautiful community was named for Seminole Chief Micanopy. Micanopy is a historic town located in Alachua County, Florida. Its history dates back to the early 1800s, making it one of the oldest European settlements in the state. Micanopy played a significant role in Florida's history, serving as a trading post and a center of agricultural activity.

Lifestyle


Micanopy is known for its charming historic district, oak-lined streets, and natural beauty. The town's economy has evolved over the years, with a focus on historic preservation, tourism, and local businesses. Living in Micanopy offers a unique blend of history, small-town charm, and natural surroundings. Historic District: Micanopy's historic district is a highlight, featuring well-preserved architecture, antique shops, art galleries, and cafes. The town's commitment to historic preservation is evident throughout. Micanopy's location near Gainesville  & Ocala allows residents to access additional amenities and services in a larger city while enjoying the tranquility of a smaller town. Many residents enjoy the small town feel with easy access to employment is either Gainesville or Ocala.  Residents are serviced by Micanopy Fire Rescue Department, the primary response station for the incorporated Town of Micanopy, as well as a fifty-three square mile portion of Alachua County providing first response service for approximately 10,000 rural residents who make their homes here.

Community


The small size of Micanopy contributes to a strong sense of community. Residents often engage in local events and gatherings, fostering a close-knit atmosphere. Micanopy is known for its antique shops, attracting visitors interested in vintage finds and unique collectibles. The town also supports local artists and artisans.  There are annual festivals and events throughout the year, with the main event is the Fall Festival. The Micanopy area offers several nature preserves: Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park to the north is a Florida State Park that encompasses a 21,000-acre savanna, Tuscawilla Preserve to the south includes a prairie and adjacent uplands with small creeks and mesic forests. Adjacent to the north of Tuscawilla Preserve is the Native American Heritage Preserve. Barr Hammock Preserve lies to the west of Micanopy.

Micanopy - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Micanopy: $5,762,700 / County Avg $443,000

1301%

Avg Taxes in Micanopy: $15,000 / County Avg $3,800

399%

Avg Sq. Ft. in Micanopy: 3,306 / County Avg 1,888

175%

Avg Price per/sqft in Micanopy:$1743 / County Avg $235

743%

Avg Walkscore in Micanopy: 15 / County Avg 27

55%

Avg Year Built in Micanopy: 1985 / County Avg 1993

100%

Avg Days on Website in Micanopy: 226 / County Avg 86

263%

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