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Florida Agricultural Portfolio
#FL384344
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.
$62,799,719

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Pecan Plantation
#TX381016
Hood, 
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.
$27,000,000

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521 +/- Lake Shore Brazos River Development
#TX243348
McLennan, 
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
$26,000,000

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Heart K Land & Cattle Co.
#MT411615
Park, 
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 Owners compound, 150 head cattle operation and high density development/conservation easement opportunity.
$24,950,000

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Ticton Hall
#SC545687
Jasper, 
1,817.00 acres
History

Ticton Hall, as it was first known in the early 1800s, was owned by Mr. John Heyward. He was also the owner of nearby Chelsea, Sandy Hill, Rose Hill and Pickpocket Plantations. Mr. Heyward and his wife, Constantia Pritchard, married in 1829 and made Chelsea their home. Ticton Hall has remained in the chain of title of Chelsea Plantation ever since.

In the late 1880s, Mr. John Edwin Fripp purchased Ticton Hall in conjunction with Chelsea and managed the properties as a hunting club. By 1931 the ownership had expanded to encompass more than 20,000 acres and included parts of well-known properties Spring and Callawassee Islands. Many of the members were from northern families with immense fortunes. In 1936, the club came to an end and Chelsea, along with Ticton Hall, was purchased by Marshall Field III, heir to the famed department stores. In 1956, Mr. Field died, but his widow Ruth continued to manage and maintain the properties. Later, she sold an interest in Chelsea, roughly 6000 acres at the time and which included present day Ticton Hall, to publisher Nelson Doubleday Jr. Mr. Marshall Field IV inherited his familys share of the property, as well has his familys love of the land, and he and Mr. Doubleday enjoyed excellent quail hunting and were actively involved in the management of Ticton Hall until it was sold in 2019.

Ticton Hall has changed very little in the time following Mr. Fields acquisition. As you enter the gate, the natural beauty is overwhelming. Mr. Aldo Leopold shared, the five tools most useful for wildlife management and conservation of wildlife include the axe, fire, plow, gun and cow. Most, if not all, of these applications have been selectively and skillfully implemented at Ticton Hall. Excellent stewardship of past owners and managers has preserved this property, an unusually fine example of the classic quail hunting grounds of the old south.

Description

Currently, Ticton Hall offers six well-established quail courses covering 800+/- acres of ideal habitat. The courses offer an excellent mixture of cover including bunch grasses, sedges, warm season native grasses as well as forbs and legume food sources. Should the new owner opt to increase the size and number of courses, significant acreage remains with soils compatible for upland game bird habitat. In addition to the excellent quail hunting, there are multiple dove fields and 31 +/- acres of waterfowl impoundments. These impoundments can be planted and flooded annually - they have consistently held ample numbers of wintering waterfowl and add to the diversity of sporting adventures for wing shooters.

The location of Ticton Hall is one of its most notable assets. Though it is easily accessible from Bluffton, Hilton Head or Beaufort, due to its natural surroundings it remains quiet, private and secluded. Other noteworthy landholdings in the area include Good Hope, Bolan Hall, Okeetee Club and Spring Hill.
Euhaw Creek borders Ticton Hall and offers 9000+/- feet of river frontage, of which 2500+/- feet are considered high, non-marsh frontage. Much of this frontage consists of a bluff overlooking the river or marsh, some of which offers westerly views. A deep water tributary of the Broad River, Euhaw Creek is accessible for most watercraft. Port Royal Sound is nearby as well, and it is a short boat ride to downtown Beaufort or Hilton Head. The bluff along the waterfront will allow for multiple home sites or a family compound complete with private docks. The high bluff with deep water add a beautiful, rare and extremely valuable feature and endless possibilities for enjoyment of Ticton Hall.

In considering the unusual land and water features, well-drained soils, proximity to Bluffton, and the immense projected growth in the area, Ticton Hall may also offer the new owner significant potential tax benefits through the donation of a conservation easement. Easements can be designed to fit the requirements of the property owner, allowing for all current and historical usages, while also providing protection from development and fragmentation.

In addition to the potential easement value, there are several stands of well-stocked mature loblolly pine and hardwood forest. These timberlands have been managed with a sustainable approach that will provide potential for current and future revenue streams.

Seller may consider dividing this offering by using Ticton Hall Road as the division line. Ticton Hall East consist of 972+/- acres and Ticton Hall West 845+/- acres.

"Ticton Hall is a rare opportunity to own a piece of the storied South Carolina Lowcountry, a historical property that will offer any discerning buyer almost unlimited outdoor pleasure, investment potential and is a significant opportunity for a conservation buyer."- Todd Crosby, ALC
$21,000,000

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6,350 +/- acres: GILES ISLAND -- "WHERE LEGENDS ARE BORN"
#MS429081
Adams, 
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)
$20,000,000

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High Elevation Property For Sale in Asheville, NC
#NC221483
Buncombe, 
795.00 acres
One-of-a-kind trophy property located only 25 minutes from downtown Asheville, North Carolina at an elevation of 3,400 to 4,200 feet. Originally intended as the centerpiece of the highly and nationally publicized Cliffs at High Carolina luxury community, a 665-acre portion of this exceptional 795 acre parcel of property contains a unique bowl that was planned to be used for Tiger Woods first US designed golf course.

In addition to the bowl, this property also contains a pristine, fish stocked, 8-acre lake, mature hardwood and pine forests, open meadow areas, miles of high elevation ridge lines with 360-degree, panoramic, year-round, long range mountain views, and miles of hiking, nature and equestrian trails. This is the perfect piece of property for a private estate, residential development, health/wellness/spa resort, or corporate retreat. Additional home sites are also available.

Listing ID: 32109-15004
$15,900,000

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Skyway Resort Development in Manatee County, Florida
#FL212472
Manatee, 
991.00 acres
With 3 +/- miles of Tampa Bay waterfront, Skyway Preserve features 991.25 +/- acres of Florida beauty from flat, clear, sandy beaches to shaded mangrove tangles. The site offers 10 miles of undeveloped shoreline. This environmentally sensitive property includes submerged lands and uplands with the right to bulkhead, fill and dredge. Several site plans have been created to present a variety of development options including a resort, a shopping village, or a cruise ship terminal. Current zoning allows 106 residential units and up to 150,000 SF of commercial space. The possibilities on this extraordinary tract of land are endless.
$14,700,000
Elk Valley
#TN811371
Campbell, 
8,128.00 acres
Imagine a place with smoky clouds that are like puffs of cotton touching the tops of green mountains. Purple flowers dot thru the green, running down the contour of the mountain till it all blends together in the distance. So quiet a turkey gobbles on a ridge a mile away and it sounds like he is around the next corner. Open meadows on top of ridges covered in long grass and clover with an elk shed laying against a rock. Where in the morning there is no sound but the wind and the animals...Welcome to Elk Valley.Located in Campbell County, Tennessee 45 miles south of Knoxville and about 20 miles west of Lafollette this tract is truly a once in a lifetime property. Over eight thousand continous acres of mountain land with great road systems, ponds, streams and multiple places for homes or cabins. Elk are found on the property alond with whitetail deer, eastern turkey, black bear, wild hogs and grouse. Turkey roost on the ridges and can be heard for miles in the mornings. Elk are also on the top feeding in the long grass meadows that have clover stands and small pines scattered thru out. Whitetail deer are in the bottoms and along the edges on logging roads and benches. Elk Valley is a hunters dream and must be seen to appreciate all of the hunt potential.Commercially the timber potential in Elk Valley is very good. The property has been managed for timber and has some merchantable and pre merchantable timber on it. Elk Valley is also a tract with great mineral potential. Part of the property has been mined before for coal and there are still large deposits of coal including Blue Gem coal. Mining has always been a big part of Appalachain Mountains and this tract is no different. Currently there is no mining being done on the property but the permit is in progress.Elk Valley is a dream property. Please give us a call for a private showing.
$15,850,000
Alhambra Farms Equestrian Center
#CA519720
Sacramento, 
246.00 acres
The Alhambra Farms Equestrian Center is world class and one of the most incredible horse properties in Sacramento County. This new, well planned equestrian facility was specifically designed to go in many directions including boarding, training, and events with an outstanding 32 stall show barn. The show barn was designed with 16 stalls on each side of a gorgeous two story building with tack-rooms and offices for event and stable management. The property also consists of three main turnout paddocks, a 180 ft by 120 ft covered arena and multiple outbuildings including a caretakers home, two hay barns, a machine shop, wash racks for horses and public restrooms for events. In total the property is approximately 250 acres making it an equestrian's dream. Operations can be easily expanded and there are miles of trails along the Cosumnes River lined with mature oaks and vineyard views for trail rides. Approximately 170 acres of the property is currently being used to raise crops. Water is more than sufficient with Ag and Domestic wells and water right from the Cosumnes River bordering the property. Located in Wilton, CA just 15 miles from Sacramento and 100 miles from San Francisco.PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS:New World Class Equestrian Facility246 Acres in Total (170 Acres is in Farm Land)River Frontage, Vineyard ViewsGorgeous Show Barn with 32 StallsTwo Story Show Barn Designed for Tack Rooms and OfficesProfessional 180 ft by 120 ft Covered Arena2 Hay BarnsMachine ShopWash Racks for HorsesRiding Trails Lined with Mature OaksAg and Domestic Wells and Water Right from the Cosumnes RiverPotential for Development into Multiple Equestrian EstatesMultiple Ag use Potential Including Vineyards, Orchards or Row Crops
$13,866,000