Triple Diamond Ranch is a working ranch in Okeechobee County, Florida, an area considered “prime cow country.” Currently used as a cattle ranch, the history of Triple Diamond Ranch, along with its beautiful habitats, improvements, and meticulous care are what define its high quality. The ranch’s history includes a thoroughbred equestrian operation. Its lineage produced winners of higher caliber stake races, as well as prospects for the Kentucky Derby and the Breeder’s Cup.
Triple Diamond Ranch provides various grazing terrain for cattle, including 1,500 acres of improved and semi-improved pasture. The remaining acreage is well managed through a strict burn-and-chop program, which maximizes natural forage and produces a high-quality native grazing range.
A two-story 9,069 SF southern plantation style home with a detached 6-car garage is located in the southwest area of the ranch. This estate-quality home provides a private, luxury family retreat. Other facilities include a manager’s home, three houses, a 20-stall horse stable, two barns, corrals, and a sizable grass airstrip.
Nestled in the Kissimmee River Basin, the property shares a contiguous border with the Kissimmee Prairie Preserve State Park. Bordering the western boundary is a conservation easement. In the vicinity, near the eastern side of the property, are other conservation lands.
Totaling over 40% of the ranch’s acreage, dry and wet prairies comprise one of the largest and highest quality blocks of native prairie remaining on private lands. These qualities make this land very desirable for a conservation easement and the property is currently ranked high on the Florida Forever priority list.
Triple Diamond Ranch is as exceptional as it gets, offering opportunities for a luxury family retreat, diverse recreational activities, equestrian and cattle ranch operations, and potential for capital recovery through a conservation easement.
From US 98 in Okeechobee County: take 700A north to NW 240th Street (Eagle Island Road), turn west (left) to NW 192nd Ave. (Peavine Trail), turn north (right) to 256th Ave., turn west (left) go two miles to the SE corner of the property.
From US 441: turn west on Eagle Island Road (240th Street) go 13 miles to NW 192 St., turn north (right) and go to 256th Ave., and turn west (left) travel two miles to the SE corner of the property.
- Recreational home set up for equestrian use & hunting
- Southern plantation style home 9,069 ± SF including wrap-around verandahs, Manager’s home, 3 small homes, 2 barns, stables, 6-car garage, corrals, pens, 1 mile grass airstrip
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