Real real estate September 11, 2023

Wow. Tall Palms Ranch in Charlotte County

The entrance to Tall Palms Ranch with horse statues and great landscaping

The entrance to Tall Palms Ranch with horse statues and great landscaping

Persistence.
Real estate is interesting. It combines many skills I’m working on acquiring (ouch) and polishing (ugh) with a few skills that I have already. The interesting side effect is that I am learning. I make lots of mistakes and fumble with scripts but I’m finally starting to get better. I genuinely want to get my clients the most money, the best deals, or their ideal home. But, what I’m learning is that sometimes persistence pays off. This one-of-a-kind listing in Charlotte Harbor — in the heart of Charlotte County — is evidence of that. I am thankful for the opportunity to represent this property.

WHAT A FIND! Amazing location, incredible landscaping, and a spacious over 3,600 sq. ft. main home make Tall Palms Ranch unique. Seriously. This place looks a little like Disneyland and Disneyworld

I mean it. The natural beauty of a 53 +/- acre ranch is the result of years of hard work and dedication. Meticulously maintained, the gardens and plantings make this place an oasis. Not only that. It’s right down the street from the new Sunseeker Resort, it’s minutes from Punta Gorda named one of America’s Best Small Cities.

The 10 parcels making up Tall Palms Ranch

Tall Palms Ranch is the combination of 10 parcels, to be purchased in a bundle.

From the grand entrance complete with huge, historical horse statues welcoming guests to the expansive property. Tall Palms Ranch has over 3,600 sq. ft home; a nearly 3,200 sq. ft. duplex; and an overbuilt 7,200 sq. ft. garage with 8 overhead doors; and 22 irrigated acres. This was a working tree farm with over 30 employees.

Perfect for a gentleman farmer, rancher, landscape designer, or grower, this ranch is a rare opportunity. Not only that, with the Florida legislature passing the Live Local Act SB 102, the government is providing money, incentives, and changing how zoning changes are handled in areas short of much-needed affordable housing.