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Florida Agricultural Portfolio
Indian River, 
11,100.00 acres
The Florida Agricultural Portfolio offering is a unique opportunity to acquire large-scale agricultural landholdings with significant appreciation potential in one of the fastest-growing areas of the United States. The 11,100-acre collection of 13 parcels spans Indian River, St. Lucie and Desoto Counties with contiguous tracts as large as 2,622 acres. Many of these parcels are in a developmental phase with a significant upside. They include a diversified portfolio of income-producing fresh and processed citrus groves, farms and agricultural properties in warm, easily accessed locations. Each property is institutionally managed. The facilities are well maintained and include fixed assets such as barns, pumps, irrigation and drainage systems. Established groves bring income through both leases and direct farming operations. Historically, the farmland parcels have been leased to a diversified mix of institutional-grade tenants. Floridas rapid growth leads to a higher developmental upside than many other prime agricultural regions. Florida is currently the second-fastest growing state in the country, growing at nearly one thousand new residents per day. This has led to an increase in the population of nearly six million people since the year 2000, creating significant demand for lands throughout the state to meet the needs of this expansion. The Florida Agricultural Portfolio offers a rare combination of current income, with significant potential for long-term appreciation from owning well-positioned properties. Land use optionality is limited only to the imagination: Solar/energy crops, hemp, specialty citrus crops, residential/ranchette development, water farming, conservation, bamboo, vegetable production, ornamental horticulture, recreational uses and more.
521 +/- Lake Shore Brazos River Development
521.00 acres
Large mixed-use property with 1.3 miles of Brazos River Frontage and Excellent road frontage on both Lake Shore Drive and MLK. Prime for Development. Good Schools, High Profile Location less than 2 miles off I-35, close to downtown, Cameron Park, Waco Regional Airport, Baylor and McLane Stadium. Easy Access, Utilities both on-site and near, City of Waco is favorable towards re-zoning and mixed-used development. Potential for a Marina. Great resort of corporate retreat site. HIGHLIGHTS High Profile location because of road traffic on Lake Shore Dr. and close to I-35 Excellent for mixed-use development 1.3 miles of Brazos Riverfront Utilities are available or currently on the property. 2 miles of road frontage on Lake Shore Drive and MLK
Pecan Plantation
1,500.00 acres
Pecan Plantation | 1,500 acres | Granbury, Texas KEY INFO Sitting in the center of north central Texas is a unique land mass resembling a peninsula, almost completely surrounded by the Brazos River. The river was first called Brazos de Dios by Spanish explorers, meaning Arms of God. 1,500 acres of operating pecan orchard within the unincorporated community of Pecan Plantation, Hood County, Texas. Property owned, developed, & operated by one family for 70 years. Highest & best use is the continuing development of the pecan orchard as residential home sites. Pecan Plantation is a secure gated community of over 6,000 residents, with over 3,000 homes, & listed by CNBC as the 6th best suburb for retirement in the U.S. Residents are part of a community consisting of these key advantages: - Surrounded by 17 miles of the scenic Brazos River. - Governed by a homeowners association. - Very reasonable dues & fees, as well as reasonable taxes. - A full-service country club. - Two 18-hole golf courses. - Two private airports. - A marina on Lake Granbury. - Gated 24-hour security. - Community center, Equestrian center, walking & riding trails, parks & picnic areas. - Commercial center featuring a bank, grocery store, medical center, pharmacy, plus other businesses & services. - Seven miles from historic Granbury, one hour to downtown Fort Worth, 1.5 hours to DFW International Airport. THE OFFERING Offering consists of the opportunity to: - Develop up to 1,165 additional residential lots within Pecan Plantation, located in a high growth area of Texas. Substantial portion of infrastructure in place, such as, main water distribution & sewer collection lines, as well as major access & interior roads. Concept plan pre-approved by Hood County. Electricity, telephone & internet readily available. - Continue the operation of a historic major pecan orchard, with: Management & staff in place. Completely irrigated with modern drip system, with adequate water contracts with Brazos River Authority. Fully equipped with machinery & equipment for operations. Barns, sheds & cleaning plant to support the pecan operations. OPPORTUNITY Key advantages to prospective owner: - Located in a proven & vibrant community. - Extensive infrastructure would save years & substantial capital expenditure in start-up preparations for a developer/homebuilder. - Relatively easy permitting & approval processes. - Opportunities to acquire related businesses that would assist in offsetting holding costs over time. - Marketing advantages of developing a property with the beauty of mature pecan trees pre-landscaping most of the property. - The undeveloped land (pecan orchard), is income producing, therefore offsetting much of the interim holding costs.
Lampadoshia Development
10,779.00 acres
The intent of the Lampadoshia PD District is to create an active residential and mixed-use community complete with amenities and recreational opportunities. The Zoning Master Plan envisions several villages located throughout the property. The villages will be established based on natural features of the site which create logical neighborhood edges. All villages will be linked by a system of main roads and trail systems. The variation planned for the residential neighborhoods within the Lampadoshia PD District will offer residents a choice of lot sizes and home types. The mixed use areas will offer nearby shopping, eating establishments, and other commercial activities to supplement The Lampadoshia PD District and the surrounding area.
Heart K Land & Cattle Co.
1,976.00 acres
Heart K Land & Cattle Co. offers its new owner the ideal combination of privacy, cultural vibrancy and recreational pursuits, located a short five-minute drive from Livingston, Montana. Over 2,000 acres, five miles of Yellowstone River frontage, luxury equestrian event center, impeccable Owner’s compound, 150 head cattle operation and high density development/conservation easement opportunity.
Roan Bridge Residential Development Land
268.00 acres
Roan Bridge Residential Development Land is a 268 acre approved Planned Unit Development in a developed area of Osceola County. The property is mostly cleared and includes, 625 Single Family Residential, 599 Multi-Family Residential, 70,000 SF of Commercial, 30,000 SF of office, and 1,586,455 SF of Civil. This residential development land is in the direct path of growth and property is developing all around. Many retail shops and jobs are conveniently located. Other points of interest include: 2.5 miles to Downtown St. Cloud, 3 miles to Walmart, 1.5 miles to Publix, 25 miles Disney World and 30 miles to Orlando and 21 miles to the Orlando airport. This is a great place to live in Florida and is seeing rapid growth in the surrounding areas. A site like this wont last long!
6,350.00 acres
6,350 +/- acres: GILES ISLAND WHERE LEGENDS ARE BORN YES -- thats right -- Giles Island, a legendary tract is for sale! This is a generational sale with only two (2) owners in the last 130 years, so do not miss out! Giles Island is long known as the premier deer hunting destination in the Southeast United States, if not the entire country. This 6,350 acre deer hunting paradise has produced many legends over the last 25+ years (see a sampling among the many videos on the Giles Island Facebook Page). However, deer hunting is not all this tract is known for, as it offers excellent hunting opportunities for all critters in which there is a season. Chief among them are ducks, doves, squirrels, turkeys and alligators. In addition to hunting, the abundant lakes, miles of old river frontage and 1.8 miles of Mississippi River frontage offer the finest crappie and bass fishing to be found anywhere. The island further contains the finest example of the riverfront hardwood timber type to be found anywhere on the Lower Mississippi River. The timber has been on an active Forest Management Plan for the past 22 years. The primary objective of this plan has been to produce timber at the lowest cost and highest return while enhancing the wildlife habitat and protecting the pristine and aesthetic beauty of the island, which is off the charts. Giles Island is also the site of the legendary Jim Bowie knife fight which made the Bowie knife famous. Giles Island has operated as a profitable commercial hunting operation for the past 20+ years offering first class accommodations known as the Tree Tops Lodge and Sippn Shack and dining/social activities in the Antlers Lodge while in pursuit of huge whitetails and other game. The owners private lodging is outstanding along with the caretakers house. Other improvements include the guide and cook quarters, shop, trap shooting house, horse stable and elevated archery shooting platform (see Giles Island website for additional details). In addition to the 6,350 acres of fee land, there is an additional, adjacent 3,000+/- acres of Adams County School Board land under lease bringing the total huntable acres to nearly 9,400. In addition to the hunting pursuits, there are so many additional recreational and other pursuits to be enjoyed and utilized. Approximately 9,400 acres offers plenty of horseback and ATV riding opportunities as well as walking in a pristine setting among the towering sweet pecan, cottonwood and sycamore trees to restore and soothe the soul. Giles Island is located directly across the main channel of the Mississippi River from Natchez, Mississippi, the oldest city on the Mississippi River and can be viewed from the walking trails located on the bluff overlooking the Mississippi River. Giles Island, once a part of Clermont Plantation and the mainland of Mississippi, was created in 1933 with the Giles Cut-off. This was a manmade cut implemented by the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers to shorten the many miles of river travel around what is known as Giles Bend and Marengo Bend. Historic Natchez, Mississippi is less than a 15 minute drive from the Giles Island Landing and lodges and affords all kinds of shopping, dining, recreation and other entertainment experiences for those family members and guest not inclined to outdoor pursuits. The Giles Island Landing is the quickest and most convenient access to the lodges, being a short boat ride directly across Old River from the Hunting Club Office and hunter check-in area. However, the island is accessible by vehicle a large portion of the year as long as the Mississippi River gage reading is 34 feet or less. The Natchez Adams County Airport is located 30 minutes from the Giles Island Landing and can handle any type of aircraft while the Concordia Parish Airport is located approximately five (5) minutes from the Giles Island Landing and can handle most aircraft. If you desire to see more detailed information you can visit [Web Link listed above] or [Web Link listed above] or the Giles Island Facebook Page for numerous, excellent videos depicting hunting and island experiences or by contacting Tom Middleton, Listing Agent and Forester, at 601-597-5727 or 601-304-0744 (o)
Anselmo Vineyards
2,400.00 acres
Sitting atop the Southern end of the Cascade Mountain Range in the foothills of Mt. Lassen lies the Anselmo Vineyards & Seven Hills LLP. A 2,400± acre western wonderland of infinite beauty, award-winning wines, and pasture-to-plate cuisine. With its picturesque scenery, fertile foothills, and acres of historic deeded water rights, this first public winery of the Inwood Valley appellation truly is the crown jewel among Shasta County's burgeoning vinicultural region. Already plush with unparalleled amenities; from the 12-station sporting clay course and upland game bird hunting, to its romantic chapel and event center, to the glass conservatory and wine cellar. Anselmo Vineyards & Seven Hills LLP is ripe with opportunity at every turn. County approved boutique hotel and spa, one has the opportunity to expand the vineyard, winery, farm, and ranch operations, ownership of this sprawling property is a visionary investment just three hours from the ocean and eighteen miles from the Redding Airport.
Vista Verde Ranch
587.00 acres
Vista Verde Ranch is a long-established luxury ranch in one of Colorado’s most scenic areas; it is among the West’s most recognized and exclusive guest ranches. Shadowed by the snow-capped peaks of the Zirkel Range at the headwaters of the Elk River, Vista Verde Ranch consists of 587 acres with top quality improvements. The impressive lodge, large indoor riding arena and posh western cabins provide a solid foundation for the customized experience that attracts guests from all over the globe. Adjacent to the ranch and bordering Coulton Creek is an elegant 8,800 sq. ft. owner’s home; it overlooks the mare barn below and the ranch headquarters in the distance. Public land permits provide commercial access to thousands of acres on the surrounding Routt National Forest. World-class downhill skiing, boutique shopping and fine dining is a half hour drive in Steamboat Springs. The current owner, with a shorter-than-intended tenure, closely followed his predecessors’ footsteps; he added his own long list of improvements and efficiencies to the ranch and they have enhanced both the business and the guest experience. The long-term management team has expertly pulled the best qualities of each previous owner and woven those qualities into their relationships with guests and staff. What has evolved is a culture and guest experience like no other. Vista Verde Ranch is located six miles east of Clark and 23 miles from Steamboat Springs. Steamboat Springs is a friendly resort town in northern Colorado and is about 160 miles northwest of Denver. Steamboat has a population of about 12,000 with a long list of amenities often only found in larger towns. Colorado, geographically located for easy access around the nation, is one of the fastest growing states in the nation. High quality of life fueled by abundant outdoor recreation, a well-educated work force and healthy lifestyles are among the many reasons people and companies call Colorado home. Routt National Forest nearly surrounds the ranch. It is a one-million-acre playground stretching from Wyoming to Steamboat Springs. The ranch is nestled in a park-like setting at 7,700 feet in elevation. Just a few miles east of the ranch are the distinct rugged peaks of the Zirkel Range and the Continental Divide. The improvements on the ranch are clustered near the northeast corner and horse pastures extend south toward the tree-lined river corridor. The owner’s home is situated on a gently sloping hillside along the ranch’s western border. The bulk of the land has a commercial-friendly conservation easement; three additional parcels allow for typical area residential development. The fenced pastures in the valley floor provide excellent native forage for horses and wildlife and the aspen covered hillsides rise to the spruce and fir forests at the higher elevations overlooking the ranch. Up to 60 guests per week enjoy a stay in one of twelve private, well-appointed log cabins or three comfy lodge rooms. Guest accommodations are outfitted with fine linens, attractive artwork and décor, a stocked fridge and hot tubs at each cabin. The lodge, constructed in 2008, skillfully invites intimate conversation or curling up with a good book on one of the oversized chairs by the huge fireplace. A state-of-the-art indoor riding arena expands the equestrian activities to a year-round opportunity and attracts some of the best horse clinicians in the industry. The nordic center is the launching point for the wide array of outdoor adventures guests enjoy on the ranch. Every mountain activity imaginable starts here: a seemingly unlimited supply of quality snowshoes, bicycles, cross-country skis and fishing rods, to name just a few, are matched to guests so they can safely experience mountain recreation. The kids’ cabin is similarly outfitted with everything-fun for the younger Vista Verde Ranch guests. The improvements on the ranch lend themselves not only to an outstanding guest experience, but to excellent employee attraction and retention. The comfort and variety of the on-site housing enables the ranch to attract and retain excellent staff; the quality accommodations range from dorm-style rooms with bunks to apartments, cabins and homes. The newly constructed manager home is on site and secluded from the rest of the ranch; it was built to incorporate flexibility for future employee or owner uses. The 8,800 sq. ft. owner’s home overlooks the classic-style barn and Coulton Creek. Custom design and attention to detail are evident throughout particularly in the great room, main level master wing and chef’s kitchen. The upper level has 4 en-suite bedrooms, a gym area and a den. The improvements and updates increase efficiency and predictability for future maintenance costs at the ranch while setting the bar high for an exceptional guest, owner and staff experience. Vista Verde Ranch is operated as a luxury guest ranch on 587 private acres and by permit on thousands of acres on the adjoining public land. The majority of bookings come from returning guests and word of mouth and the staff turnover is extremely low. The evolution of the ownership and management has resulted in a driving mission to develop leaders at the ranch in the young staff members. The personal investment in the staff ripples out to each and every guest; staff members who are respected, empowered and mentored are naturally inspired to serve each other and the guests. The ranch business generates a positive cash flow; the larger return comes in the form of service to others -- doing something bigger and being able to impact people in a deeply meaningful way. The ranch’s standing as a highly rated, globally recognized destination resort together with top quality improvements, infrastructure and highly talented staff in a pristine alpine setting, position the next owner for continued success. Vista Verde Ranch is an opportunity to host guests in an intimate setting with an impressive variety of activities, outstanding cuisine and ultra-comfortable accommodations. The ranch is one of three ranches in the nation awarded the prestigious AAA Four Diamond rating, North America’s premier hotel rating program and is recognized among the most exclusive luxury guest ranches in the world. With a strong expectation of quality and an eye toward ease of ownership in the future, every improvement on the ranch has been diligently and thoroughly upgraded. New improvements have recently been added, expanding opportunities available to guests and management. The federal and county permits that accompany the current ranch operation (and convey upon satisfaction of simple requirements) are exceedingly difficult, if not impossible, to obtain in today’s regulatory climate. Vista Verde Ranch, with a long history of outstanding service and quality, combined with its location and irreplaceable entitlements, is being offered turnkey.
Eastern South Dakota Irrigated Cropland and Feedlot!
2,370.00 acres
Eastern South Dakota irrigated cropland and Feedlot! 2,369.59+/- acres of Premier Farmground Farmers National Company is pleased to be representing this 2,369.59+/- property along with a 10,000 permitted head, state of the art feed yard built in 2006/2007, located just east of Redfield, South Dakota in Spink County. Property includes: • 11 pivots deeded and one leased pivot • 11,500 feet of poured bunks • Asphalt driveway and feed alleys • 72’ x100’ Shop • Three homes, bunk house and hunting lodge • Manure for farmland and sale of manure • Back up on site generator • 80’ x 150’ commodity shed • 100 x 300’ Straw shed • 80’ certified Fairbanks scale • Four livestock wells • Synthetic lined lagoons • Optional rolling stock and feed purchase • Fuel storage with containment Far too many amenities to list. This is a premier feed yard in near new condition. The maintenance and upkeep is impeccable. Designed for easy operation and small staffing. Lagoon water is pumped onto 5 pivots. Manure is spread on deeded land and excess is sold to area land owners. Approximately 287.79+/- acres have been tiled. Farmland is near level and is considered premier land for the area. Approximately 750+/- acres of dry cropland. The pivots are all less than 10 years old with low hours. There is tremendous amount of accelerated depreciation with the feed yard and pivots. This is one of the finest feed yards in the Midwest. A personal inspection will not disappoint the savvy buyer. Maps and data can be requested. Adjoins State Highway 37, excellent location and access. Offered in entirety or feed yard with any number of acres that suits the buyer’s needs. Tiling maps available upon request.