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Bluffs of St. Teresa
#183085
Franklin, 
17,080.00 acres
Situated among rolling hills along the scenic shore of the Gulf of Mexico, the Bluffs of Saint Teresa is over 17,000 acres of magnificent land with characteristics that are truly unique. There is nothing like it in Florida or on the northern Gulf coast today. The Bluffs of St. Teresa represents what early Florida visitors called paradise, and for a savvy land buyer, offers a rare opportunity to invest in it. Floridas allure, from its early days to the present, begins with three fundamental traits that set it apart from every other state our abundant sunshine, year-round beautiful weather, and easy access to water. While these qualities are in ample supply at the Bluffs of St. Teresa, they are just the beginning of its story. This property is secluded, yet accessible to the Big Bend area of Floridas eastern panhandle and shares a contiguous border with Bald Point State Park on the Gulf of Mexico. US 98 fronts the acreage for a total of 9 miles and the capital city of Tallahassee is a short 45 minute drive away. The beaches of Alligator Point, communities of Panacea, and St. Teresa are all just minutes from this property. There is an astounding 17 miles of frontage on some of Floridas most beautiful waterways, including 2 miles on the Gulf of Mexico, over 6 miles on Ochlockonee Bay and 8.5 miles on the lazy winding Ochlockonee River. No large, single property available in the state of Florida today can lay claim to this same feature. The majority of the acreage is uplands high and dry with sandy soils and picturesque bluffs that quickly rise to 20 feet in some areas. The soils are well drained, ensuring opportunity for residential and commercial development. The Bluffs of St. Teresa is currently managed for timber production with most of the uplands planted to pine. Continuation of the forestry program can produce an uninterrupted revenue stream until the property is developed. However, the fundamental attraction of this land is its sheer beauty, uniqueness, and future potential. An investor with vision will also see this propertys long-term appreciation and wealth preservation as solid reasons to invest in its future. The Bluffs of St. Teresa, located in paradise and accessible, with uncommon attributes and future potential make it difficult to imagine a piece of land with more appeal.
$50,000,000
Cape Froward
#406167
235,500.00 acres
Cape Froward is an astounding 235,500 acres of beauty in Patagonia, Chile. Cape Froward views encompass the entire southern part of the Strait and the Darwin Mountains, the Magdelena Channel and all the islands to the south in the Drake Sea. The property has about 27 miles of coastline. The abundance of flora and fauna make Cape Froward an incredible opportunity to develop a nature preserve for conservation and ecotourism. There are also very good tax incentives as well as opportunities to tap the carbon bond markets. Location Cape Froward is located just 62 miles south of Punta Arenas which is the capital of Patagonia. Nature Over 50 species of birds are found on the property along with numerous species of mammals such as puma, fox, and deer (Huemel) as well as sea mammals such as humpback whales and sea otters. Co-listed with Fitzroy Tourism and Real Estate
$30,000,000
Bering Pacific Ranches
#380503
Aleutians West, 
200,000.00 acres
AMERICA'S WESTERNMOST RANCH DOES NOT LIE ALONG THE SLOPES OF A REMOTE MOUNTAIN RANGE, NOR UNDER A BONE-BLEACHING DESERT SUN, NOR ON A TROPICAL BEACH. Instead, the massive ranch lies northwest of the contiguous United States and Hawaii, clinging to the heart of the Cradle of Storms, as locals call this region of Alaska. Resembling a strand of emeralds set against a steely gray sea, the Aleutian Islands reach for Asia with the snow-capped peaks of dozens of volcanoes peppered by the domes of small Russian Orthodox churches. The jagged islands separate the frigid waters of the Bering Sea from the relatively warm waters of the Pacific with its Kuroshio current. The mixing of these waters gives birth to some of the most violent storms recorded in North America, often draping this world in fog for weeks and keeping the lush grasslands of these islands green. The 686-square-mile Umnak Island is just west of Dutch Harbor. Seventy-two miles long and 16 miles wide with a volcano of its own, the island is also the home of the nearly 500,000-acre Bering Pacific Ranches with its 10,000 head of cattle. There are about 10,000 reindeer, a small bison herd on the far end of the island, and a few wild horses. The Okmok volcano and other mountains in the center of Umnak Island separate the ranch from the village a little more than 40 miles away. The ranch house, housing for cowboys, slaughterhouse, and pens were originally part of Fort Glenn, a World War II Army air base that was effectively abandoned a few years after the Japanese surrendered. The slaughter plant was built up from the concrete foundation of one of the military structures. The site is leased from the Alaska Department of Transportation, and grazing rights for the ranch are leased from Native corporations that own land on the island. The ranch maintains a small herd of 11 saddle horses, but the real work bringing in the cattle is done with a two-seat helicopter. With stock ranging 50 miles or more from the pens, The ranch found horses to be impractical across such distances of rough terrain. The helicopter is ideal for working the valleys, driving the animals out toward the holding pens. The ranch becomes fully operational in the fall months, each season processing 500 to 1,000 head with 40 to 60 head per day after the cattle have been rounded into pens following a summer spent fattening up. Umnak Island and Unalaska Island, Alaska 200,000 Acres under grazing lease (4 Separate Leases) A total of 500,000 Acres available to cattle Year round carrying capacity of 8,000 to 10,000 head without supplementation Current Herd - 10,000 Head Other Assets: - USDA / Oregon Tilth Certified Organic Slaughter Facility - Ranch Headquarters Building - 3 Cabins - Shop and Hanger - R22 Beta Helicopter - Misc Ranch Equipment, Trucks, Tractors, etc. Please contact Icon Global Group for more details.
$16,500,000
Skyway Resort Development in Manatee County, Florida
#212472
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
J-Seven Ranch Parcel 1 Farms
#301748
Hendry, 
2,578.00 acres
J-Seven Ranch Farm Parcels is 2578 acres located in Hendry County. This is property consist of high quality permitted farmland ideal for vegetable, turf or hemp production along with excellent pastureland that can be used for a cattle operation and/or recreational hunting. The property includes excellent access to County Road 833 and is located between Naples and Miami. This property will be an excellent owner operated farming operation or a great investment opportunity for leasing to outside farmers.
$13,500,000
El Tecolote Ranch
#427785
Kenedy, 
2,264.00 acres
The bobwhite quail has long drawn in sportsmen from across the world, both royals and dreamers. Fittingly, the 2,264+/- acre El Tecolote Ranch is found on the southern end of the King Ranch Corridor within Kenedy and Hidalgo counties, a region of Texas tightly held by large generational ranches. The area is famed for its absolutely stellar bobwhite quail population, trophy caliber whitetail deer, and nilgai antelope, along with its proximity to coastal fisheries. With neighbors such as the legendary King Ranch to the east and US Fish and Wildlife Refuge to the south, free-ranging wildlife is plentiful and found throughout the property. The current owner, a true student and steward of the land, enhanced habitat for all wildlife with a concentration on the bobwhite populace. The goal was to create the greatest quail hunting parcel in the region while adhering to the needs of the big-game species abound, although, big-game hasnt been hunted in the last seven years. That being said, the ranch is a meticulously improved ecological sanctuary for all life wild, whether it roams one of nine pastures or flies high above. The biological uniqueness of the ranch has set standards for prime south Texas property high with a documented 400 bird species, both resident and migratory, parred with a winning diversity of brush species. Three sets of mostly pipe cattle pens are found on the ranch. The primary set to the north, near the hunters lodge, has commercial loading capability with a nearby horse stall and barn. The second set is located at the Bull Pen Pond and the third along the USFWS Refuge. All of the pens are strategically located to sort during any point of rotation. The main house is beautiful and spacious with a single floor and five bedrooms with four full baths. From within the home youll have a stunning view of the two acre clear water lake and waterfall. Just a few steps off the back veranda youll experience excellent bass fishing for all ages to enjoy. After an afternoon of following behind pointers on to the next covey or bass fishing, friends and family will enjoy the Sundowner Tower that offers a fantastic 365-degree view of the ranch. A four bedroom three bath hunter's lodge sleeps 10-12 people and provides comfortable accommodations for a family gathering. Fully functional and well-engineered dog kennels with a small live-in quarter are just a short drive from the primary home. Within the same compound, there is a cold storage unit, small storage barns, and the well/pump system that distributes water to all the ponds spanning the ranch. The nearby manager's cabin overlooks a one acre lake and has easy access to the concrete floor equipment barn. The collage of attributes and amenities surrounding El Tecolote Ranch soars the property to the top of the list of premier ranches available within the single most difficult region in the state of Texas to acquire a sizable holding. El Tecolote is an exceptionally rare, diverse, and pristine ranch in the desired south Texas region. The Facts: ~ 2,264+/- acres ~ Primary residence, hunter's lodge, and managers cabin, dog kennels and bunk ~ Two equipment barns, three cattle pens, horse stables, and airstrip ~ Nine pastures and traps ~ Three water wells and four water troughs ~ Ten well-fed ponds ~ 16 blinds and 16 feeders ~ Bass and catfish fishing ~ King Ranch and USFWS Refuge low fence neighbor ~ The other 50% of the property is high fenced ~ Highly improved quail habitat ~ Excellent whitetail deer ~ Great numbers of nilgai antelope ~ Documented 400 bird species including Pygmy Owl ~ 21 miles from Raymondville, 44 miles from Valley International Airport/McAllen, 134 miles from Corpus Christi
$7,924,000
Texas Hill Country Ranch
#384404
Llano, 
189.00 acres
Enjoy spectacular sunsets among this acreage Homesite with custom built home in 2001. This home offers a majestic 1/2 mile dry stacked granite fence along the front with a black iron gated entrance. Entire Ranch is high fenced. Property is 189 +/- acres and is beautifully manicured. A huge granite quarry is fed by spring water and is teeming with fish. Approx. 25+/- acres of improved grasses on the front of the ranch gives the ability to bale or to graze. The healthy whitetail deer herd consists of many trophy bucks as well a herd of blackbuck antelope. There are several other ponds on the ranch as well. All improvements are supplied by a 60 GPM well and has always supplied ample needed water. This spacious 3700 square foot home opens to grand vaulted ceilings and 6 foot windows along the entire back wall allow for an abundance of natural lighting and spectacular views of rolling pastures. An impressive 12 foot tall rock face wall with fireplace gives an elegant but homey feel to the great room. Enjoy Sunrises sipping coffee by the resort style pool / hot tub while watching deer graze just over the fruit orchard. An oversized two car garage with custom painted floor and additional storage attached. The laundry features a dog shower, sink and additional cabinet space and a large closet. This home boasts an amazing gourmet kitchen renovated in 2020. Featuring high end custom cabinets, bar and coffee station with quartz countertops. All new commercial appliances, wine cooler, (2) dish washer drawers & ice machine. The Island is a quartz surface with back lit lighting. All 3 bedrooms have their own full bathroom. And another full bath sits adjacent the office, which features black walnut built in cabinets and ceiling , giving this space a rich feel. Through the office windows you can see your closest deer feeder and watch as your herds of blackbuck antelope and whitetail deer travel and graze over green pastures scattered with oak trees. The master offers a generous floor plan with Jacuzzi tub and round glass block walk in shower with two shower heads. Also Updated in 2020 new pecan wood flooring throughout all living areas with the exception of the bathrooms, laundry and office which consists of travertine and glazed tile. This entire home is freshly painted in 2020 to compliment any decor. All improvements are generator backed-up with 2500 gallons of reserved fuel buried underground. This property also includes (3) separate apartments (1) 1800 square foot apartment with two bathrooms, huge closets and large kitchen. Next door offers two additional apartments (2) an upstairs studio apartment with full bath and kitchenette. (3) Downstairs one bedroom one bathroom apartment with generous closets, kitchen and cabinets. Adjoining these apartments is a 1600+/- SQFT Lodge with commercial kitchen, walk in cooler and 1/2 bath, perfect for large gatherings, B&B’s, hunting lodge or dude ranch housing. The 3500+/- SQFT Covered parking and equipment storage lie just outside the lodge along with (3) RV hook ups. Separate Hay barn, fully enclosed 1500+/-SQFT Shop. In addition a separate heated and cooled feed/Vet room, covered working pens & misc. lots and pens and paddocks. Stepping away from the structures you’ll find almost 200+/- acres of beautifully manicured fields, cleared of cedar trees, cactus, and most of the mesquite trees. Every corner of this property features its own water source for animals on the ranch. Rich in history, the northwest section of the property features remnants of the granite quarry and train depot once on the property. This beautiful and well- manicured Ranch property is one to see, this is Country living at it’s finest and only 8 min to the quaint and historic town of Llano Texas or 10 minutes from the Llano County Airport. This truly is a one of a kind find.
$4,650,000
Collegeport Farms
#441569
Matagorda, 
715.00 acres
The dark and rich farmlands of the Texas coastal bend begin in Matagorda County where cotton, corn, rice, and milo have been productive, profitable and staple crops for several generations and the agricultural economy remains robust. The Collegeport Farm consists primarily of Laewest Clay soils drained by Pelican Slough into Tres Palacios Bay. The north side of the farm is exceptionally level, whereas the south side benefits from immediate drainage into the slough and the added bonus of redfish, whitetail deer, and waterfowl. There are 300+ frost-free days which also make it attractive for sod/turfgrass and other specialty crops. Approximately 90% or 650+/- acres are in cultivation with some planned acreage expansion. There are currently 84+/- acres of rice base and an additional 248+/- acres of wheat, corn, and milo base. The farm was in pasture until 2018 when it was planted to corn and cotton and repeated in 2019 and 2020 with excellent yields. The farm is currently operated as a dryland unit, but is located within LCRAs Gulf Coast district and may have potential lateral canal access. A 2018 three bedroom and two bathroom modular home with a large rear deck and storage shed was placed amongst the live oaks at the former homeplace and is in immaculate condition. A 60 X 150 equipment shop with LED lighting was constructed in 2018 for farm equipment storage and features four rollup doors, one with 20 clearance for pickers and combines. The Collegeport Farm represents a well-developed and improved farm unit, suitable for an investor, an established operator looking to expand, or a young producer needing a sizeable purchase. The Facts: ~ 715 acres more or less ~ 90% cultivated with room for expansion ~ 97% Laewest clay soil ~ Suitable for cotton, corn, milo, rice, sod ~ 2018 model 1,568 square foot (per MCAD) modular home ~ 8,791 square foot (per seller) farm shop built in 2018 ~ Pelican Slough frontage near Palacios Bay ~ Paved access along FM 1095 ~ Within LCRA Gulf Coast Irrigation District ~ Annual property taxes are estimated to be approximately $2,263
$3,350,000
The Olive Home - Cliff Point Estates
#419858
2.00 acres
“The Olive” is a feature home located in Cliff Point Estates development. This spacious 4,600 SF. residence boasts an incredibly beautiful and modern layout, with custom finishes and excellent natural lighting throughout. The home comes fully furnished and features unobstructed ocean and mountain views, a timber-frame construction, vaulted reclaimed-wood ceilings, exquisite lighting, a grand two-story fireplace, Thermador gourmet kitchen, custom cabinets, quartz counters, in-floor heating, hardwood floors, an expansive deck and great outdoor living space. Uniquely designed by the Cliff Point Estates development team, this wonderful home offers everything one could want in luxurious Alaska living. (Over 50 premium lots are available through Cliff Point Estates Development in Kodiak, AK. Give us a call today for more info.!)ABOUT CLIFF POINT ESTATES: Cliff Point Estates offers a rare opportunity to own your own piece of private land located on Kodiak Island’s scenic and pristine oceanfront landscape. With more than 400 acres situated minutes from the City of Kodiak, the Cliff Point Estates development offers remarkable custom-built homesites all overlooking the beautiful Pacific Ocean. HOMESITES: The homesites on the island range from high mountain ridges with sweeping 360º views to sandy beachfront coves nestled along the ocean shore. Each homesite is thoughtfully designed to encompass a unique blend of luxury-style living with scenic seclusion. Nowhere else can you find this ideal combination of quiet mountain living and oceanfront views with nearby recreation and amenities, like you can at Cliff Point Estates. Each homesite varies in price and size, with prices ranging anywhere from $216,000 - $354,000 and lot sizes ranging from 2 - 3 acre parcels. (Please see the attached map for detailed descriptions and layout of the estates). Aesthetic and lifestyle enhancements nicely complement the spacious estate lots, while generous attention has been paid to the incorporation of paved neighborhood roads,  landscaping and community trails.DEVELOPMENT: Visitors may find the perfect new site as soon as they arrive on the Island, or they may spend a couple days walking the property - touring the beaches and treed ridgelines to find the optimal location for their new home. Once you’ve selected the perfect site, the Cliff Point design team is there to help you to develop your unique vision for the property. From the driveway and out-buildings to landscaping, floor plans and finishes, each home at Cliff Point Estates is one-of-a-kind. If you choose to let Cliff Point design your home, their team of local contractors and craftsmen can adapt any plan to include your specific customization ideas and make your vision a reality. Owners are also welcome to bring their own architect and home plans. The development possibilities at Cliff Point Estates  truly are endless.LOCATION & AMENITIES: Kodiak Island boasts a lush landscape with abundant outdoor opportunities, all within minutes of nearby services and amenities. Kodiak is the transportation hub for southwest Alaska, with all commercial transportation between the entire island and outside world going through the city either via ferry boat or airline. Located only 10 minutes away from The Beaches at Cliff Point, the city makes it easy to get virtually anything you need; from groceries, hardware and outdoor gear to medical care, restaurant dining, locally brewed beer and authentic seafood. Every summer, Kodiak also offers an array of events and activities,, including their annual Crab Festival, golf tournaments, surfing competitions, the local state fair and much more! RECREATION: In addition to the many amenities offered through the local cities, perhaps one of the greatest draws of Kodiak is the Island’s renowned recreation. There is no shortage of things to do in the area. Spring and Summer offer great opportunities for whitewater rafting, kayaking, fly fishing, snorkeling, wildlife watching and hiking; while Wintertime gives visitors the chance to watch the glorious aurora borealis or northern lights, as well as enjoy Alaska's official sport of dog sled racing, backcountry skiing, Alpine snowboarding, snowmobiling and so much more! Kodiak’s raw, beautiful and unrelenting terrain teems with a variety of opportunities for adventures and experiences for any outdoor enthusiast. HUNTING & FISHING: Alaska is arguably one of the best places on Earth for great hunting and fishing. Kodiak, itself, is a renowned fishing destination that offers access to all five species of salmon, along with halibut, rockfish, cod and trout. Halibut is the world’s largest flatfish, growing upwards of over 400 lbs., and are abundant in the waters near Kodiak Island. In addition, all five species of Pacific salmon can be fished here. Along with great fishing, Kodiak boasts some of the best hunting in the world. Home to some of North America’s largest and most sought-after game animals, the area is a true hunter’s paradise. OVERVIEW: From endless outdoor recreation and nearby amenities, to astounding scenery, world class hunting/fishing, countless activities and contemporary living, Cliff Point Estates offers a way of life like nowhere else and is truly a dream destination.
$3,295,000
+/- 76 acre Peninsula on Copano Bay, TX
#260529
Aransas, 
75.00 acres
The +/- 76 acre Rattlesnake Point and Shores is a unique TX Coastal Plains Outdoorsman Paradise.  Outdoor activities include fishing, boating, kayaking, duck hunting, fun in the sun, amazing views, and all around enjoyment of the TX Coast.  Due to Hurricane Harvey destruction, this peninsula is a clean slate for the owner to re-build according to his/her needs.  The property was recently updated with a new road and seawall allowing access from Rattlesnake Point Rd.  Rattlesnake Point is located 8.5 miles from the Aransas County Airport and 6 miles from the famous Boiling Pot Restaurant in Rockport, TX.
$2,500,000