This property is beautiful and well-suited for both recreational or agricultural uses. With Oaks, Palms Cypress and pastureland, there are ample areas for native habitats for wildlife and game. The former citrus grove has been cleared and retains approximately 70 acres in a native state, good for hunting and other recreational uses.
It is situated between two large City of Port Saint Lucie-owned parcels, a 3,100-acre parcel and a 2,000-acre parcel, and shares a one-mile border with the 3,100 acres. The 3,100 acres, as well as the access road adjacent to the property was recently annexed by the city.
Aerials & Documents
Last Verified: 04/1/2015
Property Type: Agriculture, Hunting, Land, Pasture, Recreation
Location: Glades Cutoff Road, Port Saint Lucie, Florida, 34987
County: Port Saint Lucie
Description: Soils: Predominately Pineda, Pople, Wabasso, and Riviera Sands Grasses: Primarily Bahia Land Cover: Oaks, Palms, Cypress, along with former citrus lands cleared for pasture with scattered oaks and palms Irrigation/Wells: (2) 8-inch wells & (1) 24-inch pump Structures: Small pole barn, pump shed, cattle pens Fencing: Completely fenced and cross fenced Current Use: Pasturelands and recreational Zoning/FLU: Current Ag-5/FLU, Ag-5 allowing on unit per five acres Potential Uses: Hunting, 4-wheelers, shooting, nature photography, archery, horses, and more!
Driving Directions: • From the intersection of Midway Road and Glades Cutoff Road, travel south on Glades Cutoff Road for 12 miles to the gate on the left • Enter gate and travel 1.5 miles to the property on the right