Citrus County Irrigated Farmland is a 31± acre tract located just east of the town of Inverness. The former blueberry farm would make an excellent piece of ground for a multitude of agricultural endeavors. Approximately 6.76 acres of the property has been planted back in pines, oaks, cypress, and maples leaving a vast majority of the acreage fallow. One could easily expand the tree farm or implement the commodity of their choice. With irrigation in place, the agricultural investor has their options wide open for the use of the property. The house on the property could make for a place for workers or caretakers to stay. The property also features a pole barn to house and protect equipment from the weather.
Inventory: Various trees planted on a small portion of the property. Trees are staggered set at 12×20; 35 trees per row.
Description: Uplands/Wetlands: 30 ± acres upland; 1 ± acre wetland
Irrigation: Microjet irrigation supplies the trees
Wells: 12" inch well and pump powered by a John Deere 6 cylinder diesel engine. Additional 8" centrifugal pumps water from adjacent marsh.
Utilities: Sumter Electric Company
Water Use Permits: SWFWMD Permit # 20379
• House built in 1987; 5,928 ± square feet
• Pole barn for equipment storage
Driving Directions: GPS Location: 28.829710, -82.279779
• From the intersection of Highway 44 East & South
US Highway 41 in Inverness, head south on
Highway 41 for about 3⁄4 of a mile.
• Then head east on Eden Drive for another 3⁄4 of
• Eden Drive will then turn into East Moccasin
Slough Road. Continue on East Moccasin Slough
Road for another 1.8 miles before turning left
on to South Hicks Grove Road, which will run
directly into the property.