This property can be described as a mosaic of upland and wetland communities with a landform unique to the Central Florida region. This natural beauty consists of approximately 31.50 gross acres, of which approximately 17.23 acres are usable. Located in southwest Volusia County, it is minutes from Interstate 4 and U.S. 17-92. The DeBary SunRail station is just to the southwest. Overall, this parcel has a great location in the City of DeBary, with ease of access to the major transportation routes. The parcel is strategically located among popular places of interest including trailheads, historic landmarks, blueways, marinas and parks. The property abuts existing portions of the Spring to Spring trail that leads from historic DeBary Hall to Gemini Springs Park and Lake Monroe Park. The property is split-zoned between RC, Resource Corridor, R-4 and Urban Single Family Residential. Most of the property, 90 percent, includes a FLU designation of Environmentally Sensitive Land (max 1 du/10ac) with the balance consisting of Residential Low Density (max 4 du/ac). The property was part of the 6, 000-acre Samuel Fredrick DeBary estate. Today, the property remains as some of the last remaining undeveloped land on the south side of DeBary, surrounded by residential neighborhoods and the DeBary Hall Historic Site to the north. Potential uses include a residential subdivision, estate homes, ranchettes, equestrian use or homesites, mitigation banking, conservation, recreational uses or for a special purpose.