Come, check out the island life on Sweetheart Island! This 2.12-acre, buildable island off the coast of Yankeetown, Florida is ready for you to make your dreams a reality! Imagine the endless possibilities you have of owning a unique property like this. In the mornings, you’re greeted by an amazing sunrise over a picture-perfect view of the Yankeetown coast. In the evening you can head to the west side of the island and enjoy a peaceful sunset over the Gulf of Mexico. Spend your days sunbathing, snorkeling, fishing, bird watching, canoeing, hiking, exploring uninhabited local islands and so much more! Some of the endless possibilities you have here are keeping it an undisturbed natural island to escape to, creating an off-grid private residence either humble or grand, or creating an epic vacation rental to beef up your passive income portfolio. The possibilities are endless! Don’t miss your opportunity to own your own private island! Inquire to schedule your private tour today. Directions: The property is a private island in the Gulf of Mexico and can only be accessed by a private boat.
Bird Creek Park & Boat Ramp
The Bird Creek Park boat ramp runs along the Withlacoochee River in Yankeetown Florida. It offers 2 launching lanes, 2 courtesy docks, several small picnic pavilions & parking for cars, trucks, boat trailers and more. This ramp gives super easy access to the Gulf of Mexico. Many people use this location for launching kayaks, canoes, fishing and more. This ramp is at the end of Route 40 and is approximate 1 mile south of Sweetheart Island.
Yankeetown Florida is a quaint coastal community located in Levy County Florida, just upstream of the Withlacoochee River where it flows into the Gulf of Mexico. The town was founded in 1923 by an Indiana politician and lawyer, Armanis F. Knotts. Not only is Yankeetown best known for its legendary fishing spots, it’s famous for being the filming location of “Follow That Dream,” staring Elvis Presley!