Rolling Pines is a subdivision located in Live Oak, Florida. The modern-day history of this area began thousands of years ago when the Native Americans migrated here. In the mid-16th century, Spanish explorers led by Hernando de Soto arrived in Tampa Bay. Soto and his men then headed north in search of gold where they met the Utina peoples who were part of the larger Timucua Native American tribe. Another tribe encountered by the Spanish were the Seminole who established a settlement in the area of modern-day Live Oak, Lake City, and parts of the surrounding area. The name of the Seminole settlement was Alpata Telophka which translates to "Alligator Village." In 1821, the Spanish relinquished their claim over the Florida territory to the United States government after signing the Transcontinental Treaty. American pioneers and settlers began making their way to the new Florida territory, with some of these settlements formed near a Seminole settlement called Alligator Village. In 1823, the Treaty of Payne's Landing and the Treaty of Moultrie Creek required that the Seminole move to a reservation on the banks of Peace Creek. Settlers took over the area, and Alligator Village was divided into Suwannee and Columbia Counties.
Rolling Pines real estate is perfect for those looking to get away from the big city, who want to enjoy warm weather year-round, and who want to be close enough to cities like Jacksonville that they have access to essential amenities. Rolling Pines is only minutes from the Lake City Mall located at 2469 West US Highway 90 in Lake City. The mall features JCPenney, TJ Maxx, Michaels, Buffalo Wild Wings, Starbucks, and Buffalo Wild Wings. In addition to that, the Rolling Pines community is surrounded by numerous green spaces such as Alligator Lake Park located at 420 Southeast Alligator Glen, also located in Lake City. The 1,000-acre recreation area has a playground, canoe launch, and walking trails, plus picnic shelters and fishing. Then you have Big Shoals State Park with a visitors center located at 11330 SE Co Road 135 in White Springs, featuring Limestone bluffs and the most prominent whitewater rapids in all of Florida. For something more exciting, travel a short while to Jacksonville, Florida, where you have a place like Jacksonville Riverwalks located along the north and south banks of the St. Johns River. The North Bank portion is situated in Downtown Jacksonville and stretches two miles, taking you past the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville, the CSX Transportation Building, the Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts, and the Jacksonville Landing.
Real estate at Rolling Pines in Live Oak, Florida, feature single-family homes that include Ranch, Cottage, French Provincial, Mediterranean, Classical, European, among others. Houses for sale in Rolling Pines are built with different kinds of architectural designs and offer various unique amenities including modern kitchens, stone fireplaces, jacuzzi jetted garden tubs, hardwood floors, atrium doors, stainless steel appliances, and much more. Furthermore, you will find apartments and townhomes for sale in Rolling Pines with all sorts of maintenance-free amenities. Additionally, you can find many lots for sale near Rolling Pines that range in size from half an acre to 38 acres. For more information about properties for sale at Rolling Pines in Live Oaks, Florida, don't hesitate to contact us today for more information or to schedule a tour.
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