Landbook Listings Catalog: Spring 2021


Our Spring 2021 land listings catalog features incredible ranch and recreational properties, farms and nurseries, residential development, and timberland. View new properties in Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and Colorado, and find your ideal getaway spot in the acreage and homesites section. Our advisors are here to help you find the perfect property for your needs.


Green Island Ranch

5,977 ± AC | Osceola County, FL | $140,000,000

Green Island Ranch is one of the most extensive tracts in Osceola County, spanning 5,977 ± acres. This scenic property is incredibly unique due to its size, history, and location within one of the fastest-growing regions in the United States and because it is an entitled mixed-use development for up to 17,000 residential units. For over 100 years, this working ranch has been in the Partin family’s ownership and, at one time, was the largest ranch east of the Mississippi at 60,000 acres. This family holds an esteemed position in Florida’s history since the first patriarch arrived in 1847. The Partins introduced Brahman cattle and quarterhorses to Florida. Later, their quadrille horsemanship performances morphed into the famous Silver Spurs Rodeo. It is truly a rare moment to be able to purchase a property of such distinction.

Ft. Atkinson Airpark and Ranch

1,778 ± AC | Mayo, FL | $6,000,000


Ft. Atkinson Airpark & Ranch is an aviation lover’s dream. There is a 3,000 ± feet paved runway and a 1,500 ± feet grass runway. Two 3,000 ± SF homes, built-in 2008, sit on the property. Ft. Atkinson is zoned for planned rural residential development, currently ag exempt, partially fenced, and gated.

This ideal location is midway between Tallahassee and Gainesville near the Suwannee River. Local attractions include Lafayette Blue Springs State Park, Ichetucknee Springs State Park, and Blue Hole Springs where you can enjoy scuba diving, canoeing, kayaking, tubing, hiking, and fishing.

Alachua Farmlife

420 ± AC | Alachua, FL | $5,275,000


Alachua Farmlife is an excellent opportunity to develop small ranches. These ranchettes can be divided into 5, 10, or 20 acre lots. The property is located 2 miles north of Alachua, Florida, and ten miles from Gainesville and the University of Florida. The location offers nearby city amenities but is still far enough away to be in the country. Alachua Farmlife is currently being used for row crop production and has a current lease that pays $22,000 annually. Wildlife, including deer and turkey, are often seen on the property. Water enthusiasts will also enjoy the proximity to the Santa Fe River and multiple natural Florida springs.