In 1885, Henry Plant changed the trajectory of this small agricultural town nestled just under 25 miles from the port of Tampa. By connecting what is now known as âPlant Cityâ to the existing railroad system, residents were able to continue growing their farm businesses both literally and figuratively. This 4 bedroom and 2 full bathroom home was first built in historic downtown Plant City in 1945, and later relocated in 1974, just 5 minutes from the closest I-4 corridor. The property became a marriage of history and horticulture, previously used as an income-producing blueberry farm with an irrigation system still included, as well as 2 wells with submersible pumps. Over 6 acres are up for the taking, with blueberries holding the best crop-dollar-per-acre in the areaâ¦ beating the famous strawberry and its high returns. Zoned in AS-0.4 (Agricultural, Single-Family Estate) the possibility of building a legacy here is undoubtedâ¦ from u-pick events to roadside markets, you can house animals such as horses while creating a profitable family-owned business in agriculture if not blueberries (current owner added a bee farm). The blueberry is experiencing the same trajectory as the strawberry and will likely increase in popularity over time, given the amount of demand and local farms in the area including a successful blueberry farm and winery. The kitchen was partially renovated with new appliances and granite counter tops in 2021, along with a new detached solar system that offers a low energy bill. Please note that current owner does not qualify for most tax exemptions so a lower tax bill can be expected for future qualified owners. The property also includes an attached and detached carport, an enclosed porch divided in half to add extra space for any use or be converted back to whole. Renovation financing is available to ensure any repairs needed for financing are provided post-closing, property is being sold as-is.