Two contiguous 80± acre sites totaling 160± acres.
Located in the “Opportunity Zone” designated by the state and lying on the southern border of the 65,000 acre Fred C. Babcock/Cecil M. Webb wildlife preserve. Offering includes a one bedroom/one bath cabin, 3 horse stalls and a well with pump. Property is currently zoned Agricultural, which allows one dwelling unit/10 acres with FAR of 0.10 or one unit/5 acres when developing in accordance with FLU Policy 3.1.2 and Conservation Subdivision zoning. Situated close to the 18,000 acre, 19,500 dwelling unit Babcock Ranch, the world’s first solar-powered town, with 74.5 megawatts of power and 343,000 solar panels.