Marion County Road 484

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County Road 484 stretches 28.02 miles across southern Marion County. The east-west route links U.S. 41 in Dunnellon with I-75 near Marion Oaks and the freeway with Belleview and the Belleview Beltway. A second section of CR 484 travels east and west through Brooksville in Hernando County.

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Marion County Road 484 angles southwest from Downtown Belleview and U.S. 27-301-401 (Abshier Boulevard) along Agnew Road. This alignment ties into the south Belleview bypass. Photo taken 07/30/08.
County Road 484 was expanded to four lanes with a grassy median west from the 2009-completed south Belleview bypass. This view looks at the road when it was still two lanes at Southeast 47th Avenue. Photo taken 07/30/08.
Approaching County Road 467 (SE 36th Avenue) along two-lane County Road 484 west at Belleview Heights. CR 467 spurs 7.04 miles north from County Road 42. Photo taken 07/30/08.
Marion County Road 467 (Southeast 36th Avenue) heads north from CR 484 to Southeast 95th Street at north Belleview. Photo taken 07/30/08.
Westbound reassurance marker for County Road 484 that was posted after County Road 467. Photo taken 07/30/08.
County Road 475 comes together with County Road 484 at Monroe's Corner. Photo taken 07/30/08.
Running 20.59 miles overall, County Road 475 ventures south to SR 44 in Sumter County and north from CR 484 to U.S. 27-301-441 (Pine Avenue) in southern Ocala. Photo taken 07/30/08.
A number of horse farms line County Road 484 west from Monroe's Corner to the Marion Oaks area. Photo taken 07/30/08.
County Road 484 previously expanded to four lanes as junction Marion County Road 475A (SW 16th Avenue). Photo taken 07/30/08.
Marion County Road 475A parallels Interstate 75 north to Shady and SR 200 (SW College Road) in west Ocala. South of CR 484, the 13.52-mile route curves eastward to end at County Road 475 at Danks Corner. Photo taken 07/30/08.
A diamond interchange with Interstate 75 lies west of County Road 475A on County Road 484. Photo taken 07/30/08.
Beyond Interstate 75, County Road 484 traverses the Deltona corporation-built Marion Oaks development. Marion Oaks Boulevard spurs south from CR 484 along a J-shaped route as one of the main arterials for the community. Photo taken 07/30/08.
Marion Oaks Course follows as a through road north across CR 484. Photo taken 07/30/08.
Marion County Road 484 reduces to two lanes beyond Marion Oaks Course. Photo taken 07/30/08.
SW 135th Street Road spurs west to the Timberwalk subdivision as County Road 484 turns to face due north. Photo taken 07/30/08.
Turning west again, County Road 484 lines the Cross Florida Greenway and south side of the Oak Run community to SR 200. Photo taken 07/30/08.
SR 200 constitutes a four-lane arterial style road northeast from County Road 484 into Ocala. Southward, the state road becomes more rural across the Halpata Tastanaki Preserve into Citrus County. Photo taken 07/30/08.
SR 200 ends at Hernando (U.S. 41) to the south and at Fernandina Beach on the Atlantic Ocean to the north. The bulk of the route is the hidden counterpart of U.S. 301 between Ocala and Callahan. Photo taken 07/30/08.
West of SR 200 along Marion County Road 484, the highway reverts to a two lane highway and remains parallel to the Cross Florida Greenway by the rural subdivisions of the Hills of Ocala and Rolling Hills. Photo taken 07/30/08.
11 miles of CR 484 remain to Dunnellon. Inglis, via County Road 40, is another 15 miles west of U.S. 41. Photo taken 07/30/08.
SW 180th Avenue Road leads north from Marion County Road 484 to Rainbow Springs State Park and SR 40. Photo taken 07/30/08.
One half mile west of SW 180th Avenue Road, County Road 484 formally enters the Dunnellon city limits. Photo taken 07/30/08.
Spanning the Rainbow River along Pennsylvania Avenue (CR 484) west. The river flows 5.7 miles southward from a series of springs into the Withlacoochee River. Photo taken 07/30/08.
Pennsylvania Avenue takes County Road 484 to the Dunnellon city center and U.S. 41 (Williams Street). U.S. 41 meanders south from the city to Hernando in Citrus County and north to Williston in Alachua County. Photo taken 07/30/08.
Marion County Road 40 takes over for the ending CR 484 along Pennsylvania Avenue west to Cedar Street. Photo taken 07/30/08.
County Road 40 parallels the Withlacoochee River west 19.40 miles to Inglis and Yankeetown. County Road 336 branches northwest from CR 40 in 4.19 miles to U.S. 19 & 98 north in Levy County. Photo taken 07/30/08.

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07/30/08 by AARoads

Connect with:
Interstate 75
U.S. 27
U.S. 41
U.S. 301
U.S. 441
State Road 200

Page Updated 03-22-2018.

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