Indian River West North is a mix of approximately 270 acres of improved & leveled farmland with traveling linear system 267.5 net acres improved farmlands, 359 acres actively managed citrus groves along and 190.7 net fallow lands in transition.
The property’s good soils, water management and warm climate provide an excellent farming environment. The property has over a mile of frontage on SR 60, a four-lane divided highway that bisects the center of the state. Located just five miles from I-95 and approximately 10 miles from downtown Vero Beach, the site provides easy access to the entire Central Florida region. The property’s zoning is Ag-2 allowing one unit per ten acres and has some potential for annexation into the City of Fellsmere.
To the north of the property is a large water retention and conservation area managed by the St. Johns River Water Management District and encompassing over 10,000 acres. This large body of water acts to buffer temperature fluctuations, providing one of the warmer farming areas in the region. Water and drainage are provided through the Delta Farms Drainage District which includes drainage pumps, reservoirs, canal infrastructures, roadways and permitting. This infrastructure allows for a much more efficient use of the land and a much closer to a turnkey operation for a number of potential agricultural uses.
The Blue Cypress Conservation Area to the north provides some of the best duck hunting in the area. The large body of water to the northwest provides some warming attributes to the property. The unique attributes of this property, including a location close to Vero Beach, provide a number of potential uses and investment opportunities for the location.