16930 SW 134 Avenue Archer, FL 32618
Directions Take SR 24 / Archer Road in to Archer heading west from Gainesville. Turn left on SW 170th Street then right on SW 134th Avenue. Building on the left., In commercial real estate we get accustom to the offices and warehouses that makeup larger cities like Gainesville. It’s easy to forget the historical areas around Gainesville with their own charm and history like the town of Archer Florida. This 3000 square foot building was originally built in 1909 by C.D. Woods, and is known locally as the Woods Building. The Woods Building started its life as a general store for Archer. It has had several uses since then. In 1986 it was purchased by the Clinfelter family. The son later became involved with building construction and put the faces on the four corners. The last owners were artists and used the building as an art studio. The interior is fairly open and bright from the westward facing windows. One can picture an art studio, workshop or showroom in the space. Archer is blooming again with several artists who have taken up residence. There is the annual Yulee Days in honor of David Yulee and Art at the Depot in March. The Historical Society is vibrant and meets monthly. The museum is open during the week, and the Historical Society members are very helpful in passing on the towns history.
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Acreage: 0.9000 Acres
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Information provided by Gainesville-Alachua County Association of REALTORS, and is deemed reliable but not guaranteed accurate.