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Clay Gully Farm Ranch

45200 Clay Gully Rd, Myakka City, Florida 34251

Sale Price $7,619,325
Land Area 1,325.4 Acres
Improvements - Predominant Soil Types: Eaugallie Fine Sand, Myakka Fine Sand, Canova, Anclote, and Okeelanta Soils, Palmetto Sand, Floridana, Delray and Cassia - Uplands/Wetlands: 1,043.5 ± acres uplands and 281.9 ± acres wetlands - Crop Yield/Income: Tomatoes - Irrigation/Wells: 894 acres of irrigated crop land and (2) 16" wells - Utilities: Power lines along Clay Gully Road - Structures: 3 Bedroom, 2 bathroom home built in 1996 with 1,440 SF living, 2,604 SF total under roof 2 Bedroom, 1 bathroom home, built 1994 with 512 SF living area, 1,536 SF total under roof 3 Bedroom, 1 bathroom home built 1920, updated in 1968 with 1,400 SF living area, 1,827 SF under roof 2,232 SF shed built in 1920 3,840 SF barn, built 1994 - Fencing: Exit Fencing
Land Use Farms & Nurseries, Hemp, Land Investment, Ranch, Sod, Vegetables
Near Myakka City in Manatee County, Clay Gully Farm & Ranch offers a rare opportunity  to acquire irrigated, permitted farmland that won't last long on the open market. When the Manatee River was opened to settlers in 1842, farmers willing to work 160  acres provided by the Florida government began streaming into Manatee County. Today,  Manatee and Hillsborough counties produce approximately 40% of Florida's tomatoes, a  state that provides 70% of all fresh market tomatoes grown in the nation. Potatoes, cabbage,  watermelon, peppers, cucumbers, snap beans, squash, and other crops are also produced here. Clay Gully Farm & Ranch's 894 acres of irrigated farmland has been used to grow tomatoes,  however, the land is currently not being farmed and has been planted to pasture grasses. Driving Directions: From Highway 70 turn south on Sugar Bowl Rd and continue for three miles Turn east on to Clay Gully Road continue for 2.3 miles and the property is on the south side of the road.
  • Farmland in Manatee County has historically produced tomatoes, potatoes and watermelon
  • Can grow an assortment of crops due to it being in the southeast most portion of the county
  • The 765 acres is irrigated and has been used to grow tomatoes
  • This property is a blank slate and offers a unique opportunity
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Dean Saunders
Broker, Founder
SVN Saunders Ralston Dantzler Real Estate


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