The 5-Acre tract is the Charlotte Harbor Highlands Subdivision of eastern Charlotte County. It is a Gentleman’s Walk of about 1,000 feet south of Bermont Road (SR74) on a dedicated ingress/egress easement. Land is native and unimproved. There is a locked gate at a 60-foot wide easement/roadway that runs along the west boundary of the property. The land is zoned Agricultural, allowing horses and other farm animals. There are no deed restrictions and no utilities to this property. The property is not fenced and is not in a Scrub Jay Habitat. This part of Charlotte County consists of small ownership's of 5, 10, 20-acre properties with homes and support outbuildings. Many owners hunt and camp on their land. The surrounding area made up of large ranches and agriculture operations. The elevation ranges 50 - 60 feet and drainage appears to fall to the south towards Jack Branch. Views here are splendid including the colorful early evening skies, the sunrise/sunsets and the night-time view of the stars. Property is AG zoned with allows low density residential, conservation, recreation and other uses. The land consists of scattered pines and oaks along with a few cabbage trees attracting native wildlife, including turkey and other birds, wild boar and deer. This is a great opportunity for those who understand and desire to recreate and enjoy the quiet privacy of the Old Florida prairie life and who have an earnest respect of the land, nature and others and their privacy. Property is sold “AS - IS”.
Listed By: RE/MAX ANCHOR OF MARINA PARK
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