Martin County, Florida

2,620± Acres in 8 Tracts
SOLD: Thursday, February 27, 2014 - $15,950,000

Auction takes place Thursday, February 27, 10:00 AM


Indiantown Civic Center
15675 SW Osceola St.
Indiantown, FL


  • Thursday, February 6th from 1-3PM
  • Thursday, February 13th from 1-3PM
  • Wednesday, February 26th from 1-3PM

We invite you to the farm shop/office on Tract 3 off of HWY 76 to meet our representatives to learn more about the property and the auction process.


This 2,620 acre property offers a tremendous opportunity for farmers or investors to add fully permitted farmland to their portfolio. Ideally located, in south central Martin County, the property has all permits in place and offers a high percentage of plantable acreage. Permitted water delivery and drainage is available from the St. Lucie Canal which is located adjacent to the northern boundary of the property. Historically used for citrus production, the property is also perfect for row crops such as tomatoes, melons, green beans, etc. Portions of the property have been completely cleared for produce farming while other areas have citrus beds and trees remaining.

The property includes a large shop/office, manager’s house and covered equipment storage to allow for a turnkey operation.

As urban expansion continues in Palm Beach County, this property offers a rare combination of large, contiguous acreage in close proximity to the east coast!

With auction tract sizes from 58 acres to 802 acres and the ability to bid on a single tract, any combination of tracts, or the entire property, you have the opportunity to create the ideal property to suit your needs.


The property is located southeast of Indiantown near the
intersection of Hwy 76 and HWY 710.

  • 20 Miles northwest of West Palm Beach Area
  • 30 Miles southwest of Port St. Lucie


The property is benefited by South Florida Water Management District water use permit 43-00025-W, authorizing surface water withdrawals from the C-44 canal and surface water management permits 43-00025-S and 43-00347-S, authorizing the operations of the surface water management systems. If the property is sold as a whole, the Seller will request the permits to be transferred to the successful purchaser. If the property is sold in multiple tracts, Seller shall arrange for a property owners association and request the permits to be transferred and modified if required, to the association for the benefit of all purchasers.