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The Ranch

The enduring legacy of Calusa Creek will continue on through the unwavering vision and commitment to preservation at The Ranch. The importance of conservation and rural charm defines Martin County and this expansive nearly 4,000-acre parcel.

Emphasizing lower density, over 3,500 acres will be preserved as open space, fostering a harmonious blend of recreational areas, agricultural pursuits, and untouched natural landscapes.

Expansive Open Space

3,500+ acres --- an astounding 91% of the property --- will remain as open space

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Unmatched Amenities  

Two extraordinary 18-hole golf courses and an unprecedented practice facility will be nestled into the site’s pristine natural landscape without any homes fronting the golf courses

Private Community

This world-class, private community embraces low density with only 175 homes clustered on approximately 250 acres of the roughly 6.1 square-mile property

Agricultural Preservation 

1,200+ acres will remain as part of a working ranch with more than 300 head of Brangus cow-calf pairs roaming

Wetland Protection

1,200+ acres of wetland and native habitats will be restored to improve the natural environment and hydrological function of the area

Public Benefit

$336 million in positive fiscal impact for the community over 30 years, with nearly $25 million in tax revenue for Martin County annually

Master Site Plan

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A Real Working Cattle Ranch 

The working cattle ranch will remain as it is today — with more than 300 head of Brangus cow-calf pairs — a resilient crossbreed between Angus and Brahman cattle.

This hybrid breed is particularly favored for Florida ranches, given its exceptional endurance in the face of heat, humidity, and insects.

Through the continued operations of the cattle ranch on the lands fronting SW Kanner and SW Bridge, the rural character and natural landscapes along those corridors will be preserved.

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