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Roan Bridge Residential Development Land
Osceola, Florida
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!
S&C Ranch
Highlands, Florida
15,556.00 acres
S&C Ranch is a, 15,556 +/-acre quail and Osceola Turkey hunter’s paradise, consisting of old world Florida palmetto ledges, natural grass prairies, wetlands and amazing oak hammocks. This amazing property is conveniently located in the center the state between Boca Grande and West Palm Beach, making access to the property for weekend getaways or full time living easy and convenient. The Ranch has a tremendous population of Bobwhite Quail and Osceola Turkey. Hunters routinely enjoy 15 covey rises per day of wild quail. Over 10 flocks of Osceola turkeys make their home on the ranch with 2-4 mature gobblers in each flock with many beards being harvested over 12 inches during the last 5 years. The ranch has a federal Wetland Reserve Program Conservation Easement across it and is home to the headwaters of Fisheating Creek, the second largest flow way into Lake Okeechobee. This amazing property captures and filters millions of gallons of runoff per year, helping to insure clean water flows into Lake Okeechobee and Everglades National Park. This all occurs with a working cattle ranch operating on the property which consist of approximately 1400 head of Brangus and Braford cross cattle which coexist with numerous endangered species which include wading birds, eagles, black bears, panthers and more.
Countess Joy Estate Development
Martin, Florida
978.00 acres
Located in Floridas popular Treasure Coast area in the exclusive community of Palm City, the property is centered between access to major traffic corridors and excellent amenities in an expanding area of custom country homes. There are nearly four miles of frontage on paved, two-lane roads it is only 1,000 +/- feet from the I-95 and SR 714 interchange and just east of Cobblestone Country Club. Ten minutes away is Port Saint Lucies Traditions Community, where you will find great shopping, dining, entertainment, events, a central retail district that includes Target and Publix, and a new hospital. Five minutes to the east is Martin Downs Country Club, shopping and restaurants as well as direct access to the Florida Turnpike. Because the property is one of the few large east coast tracts remaining in its beautiful natural state, this property provides a rare opportunity to develop an exquisite, upscale ranchette, equestrian, golf, or eco-friendly community. The peaceful natural setting of attractive native woods, pine, and palmetto make the property a natural habitat for some of Floridas interesting wildlife and native flora. Current zoning for the property allows one unit to five acres a great opportunity for creating larger upscale estate lots ranchettes or equestrian estates! Or, consolidate the units on a smaller footprint creating beautiful large preserve areas for recreational uses or conservation. The current use for the property is cattle grazing and the property holds a current cattle lease. The existing agricultural exemption provides a very low carry cost for the long term investor, who may continue cattle grazing or even hunting and recreation on this tract until the time for development.
Neal Road Farm
Charlotte, Florida
1,000.00 acres
Income producing turn-key high production farm land all under drip irrigation with 100 acres of drip and overhead irrigation plus state-of-the-art packing house and cooling facility. Approximately 1000 acres with potential to lease additional ground around the property. High end packing equipment and administrative offices on site.
Long Hammock Grove
Sumter, Florida
1,353.00 acres
The subject property consists 1,354 +/- acres and is currently being used for a cattle and farming operation. The entire property on has about four acres of wetlands, which is outstanding and very rare in Florida. A majority of the property is cleared and open pastures with some scattered oak trees. The ranch has beautiful rolling terrain offering very nice views from some parts of the property. There is about a 55 feet of elevation change on the property with the high point at about 105 feet and the low point at about 50 feet. Beautiful pastures with rolling terrain and significant elevation changes (a total of about 55 feet) make this ranch peaceful and scenic. The ranch is uniquely high and dry with almost no wetlands. T he property is immediately west of where CR 475 goes over I-75. There are long range plans to build an interchange at this point, as The Villages own all four corners. This could be a well-located development tract in the future.
Marsh Tract Combined – Florida Ag Portfolio
Indian River, Florida
2,600.00 acres
Marsh Tract Combined is a total of 2,600 acres located in Vero Beach, Florida, with approximately 100% uplands. This grove receives most of its water from two 14 wells, and one 8 FT and 450 acres are leveled with a linear irrigation system, with the remainder having Microjet Irrigation. Marsh Tract Combined is one of several included in a larger portfolio of 11,100.9 acres spanning across DeSoto, St. Lucie, and Indian River Counties. The property is located just two miles from the I-95 and SR 60 interchange and 2.25 miles from a planned I-95 interchange at Oslo Rd and I-95, providing excellent access to future investment potential.
Triple Diamond Ranch
Okeechobee, Florida
3,983.00 acres
Triple Diamond Ranch is a working ranch in Okeechobee County, Florida, an area considered prime cow country. Currently used as a cattle ranch, the history of Triple Diamond Ranch, along with its beautiful habitats, improvements, and meticulous care are what define its high quality. The ranchs history includes a thoroughbred equestrian operation. Its lineage produced winners of higher caliber stake races, as well as prospects for the Kentucky Derby and the Breeders Cup. Triple Diamond Ranch provides various grazing terrain for cattle, including 1,500 acres of improved and semi-improved pasture. The remaining acreage is well managed through a strict burn-and-chop program, which maximizes natural forage and produces a high-quality native grazing range. A two-story 9,069 SF southern plantation style home with a detached 6-car garage is located in the southwest area of the ranch. This estate-quality home provides a private, luxury family retreat. Other facilities include a managers home, three houses, a 20-stall horse stable, two barns, corrals, and a sizeable grass airstrip. Nestled in the Kissimmee River Basin, the property shares a contiguous border with the Kissimmee Prairie Preserve State Park. Bordering the western boundary is a conservation easement. In the vicinity, near the eastern side of the property, are other conservation lands. Totaling over 40% of the ranchs acreage, dry and wet prairies comprise one of the largest and highest quality blocks of native prairie remaining on private lands. These qualities make this land very desirable for a conservation easement and the property is currently ranked high on the Florida Forever priority list. Triple Diamond Ranch is as exceptional as it gets, offering opportunities for a luxury family retreat, diverse recreational activities, equestrian and cattle ranch operations, and potential for capital recovery through a conservation easement.
Skyway Resort Development in Manatee County, Florida
Manatee, Florida
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.
Rosewood Avalon
Jefferson, Florida
3,660.00 acres
Rosewood Avalon is a beautiful quail plantation consisting of 3,660 acres in Jefferson County, Florida in the southern portion of the Red Hills region and in a neighborhood of other high-quality plantations such as Turkey Scratch, Oak Hill, El Destino, and Pinewoods. Rosewood Avalon is a beloved portion of the much larger 30,000+ acre Avalon Plantation and has been managed for wildlife, notably quail, but offers excellent deer and turkey hunting opportunities along Branch Mill Creek. The quail courses meander through stands of gorgeous old pines and along beautifully rolling topography. The current owner has been one of our countrys most dedicated conservationists, and Rosewood Avalon has been the beneficiary of his passion for land in how well it has been cared for over the years. The Facts: ~ 3660+/- acre Red Hills quail plantation in Jefferson County, Florida ~ Beautiful, mature timbered quail courses and gorgeous rolling hills ~ One of the beloved holdings of the 30,000+ acre Avalon Plantation ~ Located at US 19 and HWY 27 south of Monticello in an exclusive neighborhood of other plantations including Turkey Scratch, El Destino, Oak Hill, and Pinewoods ~ Northern gate less than 2 miles to I-10, 8 minutes to Monticello, 30 minutes to Thomasville, and approx.. 20 minutes to the east side of Tallahassee ~ Well managed timber program with strong timber value ~ Branch Mill Creek flows through the property providing excellent habitat for deer and turkey ~ Exceptional stands of hardwoods ~ Great location for accessing recreational opportunities along the Big Bend of Florida with nearby Aucilla and Wacissa Rivers within minutes and the Gulf less than an hour from Rosewood ~ 2.5+/- miles of frontage on HWY 27/19, approx. 2 miles on US 19, and 5.5 miles on WPA Road ~ Historic records for Rosewood Plantation date back to Burnwell McBride who moved to Florida from South Carolina in the 1830s. The land was eventually in the hands of his granddaughter and her husband, Asa May, considered one of the wealthiest planters in north Florida during his time.
Large Acreage Grove with Future Dev Land
Hendry, Florida
1,728.00 acres
Currently a working orange grove with a substantial canal system that serves for both irrigation and drainage of the property. This plentiful supply of water via surface and sub-surface water use permits would however support more intense water use applications, allowing the possible transition to row crop farmland as an additional revenue stream. It is adjacent to the South Florida Water Management Districts Caloosahatchee River C-43 Water Reservoir Recreation Area currently under construction. This reservoir is part of the Federally funded Everglades Restoration Plan and covers a 10,700 acre area. It comprises two cells with an overall storage capacity of over 55 billion gallons. In addition to water storage, the plan calls for the reservoir to serve the local area for recreational uses by offering boating, hiking, cycling, as well as an equestrian feature. The overall 1728 acre offering consists of two properties. The 955 acre northern property fronts on the newly constructed four (4) lane West Helms Road. West Helms serves to connect SR 80 and SR 29 just south of downtown LaBelle, FL. This connection allows for quicker access to the 773 acre southern property from the Fort Myers area.