Development Ready with approvals in place for 92 residential units (totaling 231,360 sqft) or the ultimate private family compound for the individual who wants to own one of the largest oceanfront sanctuaries on Florida's East Coast!
James P. Brown, Exclusive Agent 772-485-9639
Ocean and sandy beach as far as the eye can see.
with direct access on Florida Scenic Highway A1A. This prized parcel of land includes 5.5 acres of developable land with 930 feet of pristine white sand Atlantic Ocean frontage-surrounded by an additional 126.5 acres of protected nature preserves extending to the Intracoastal Waterway and Indian River.
The property is four miles south of the Ft. Pierce Inlet and 8 miles north of the charming "Old Florida" town of Jensen Beach. South Hutchinson Island lies between Ft. Pierce and Stuart. Both towns are popular vacation resort areas with revitalized historic downtown areas, private airports and a rich arts and cultural scene. The average year round temperatures are 70° F, the ocean is warmed by the Gulf Stream Current, and the fishing is considered among the best in the world.
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With approvals in place for immediate development-including up to a 92 unit luxury condominium with four levels of residences over parking-the timing is perfect to take advantage of the renewed growth of the Florida's Treasure Coast.
Call James P. Brown for a list of all permits, approvals, and an example development plan.
Huchinson Sands offers a location of great marketing potential, just a 15 minute drive to three charming coastal towns-each undergoing historic redevelopment. The location is 2 hours south of Orlando International Airport, and 2½ hours north of Miami International Airport.
South Hutchinson Island is an ideal second home location for both snowbirds and South Floridians seeking the authentic coastal Florida experience.
Old Florida comes alive in this quaint waterfront town filled with art galleries, seafood intensive dining, coffee shops, tackle stores as well as major retail shopping centers. Fine artists and crafters exhibit and sell their work between the "round-abouts" on NE Indian River Drive. The town celebrates its heritage as the "Pineapple Capital of the World" (established in 1881) with a major arts festival each season. The Elliott Museum boasts the states finest collection and display of classic cars in an impressive $20 million dollar contemporary building.
The “Main Street” historic district is one of the most exciting towns of the Treasure Coast offering a full annual calendar of art, music and entertainment events including a weekly Green Market, seasonal Sea Food Festivals, weekly bike and classic car nights, jazz and blues jams, and The Sunrise Theatre for the Performing Arts a venue listed on the National Register of Historic Places—a local favorite for enjoying artists such as Graham Nash, Peter Frampton, Art Garfunkel, Kenny Rogers, and B.B. King. The A.E. Backus Museum and Gallery has the largest collection of paintings by the famed Florida Highwaymen. A deep water inlet provides ocean access for the many sportsfishing enthusiasts that fish these wonderfully “still undiscoverd” waters.
Named by Coastal Living, as a “Coastal Dream Town” Stuart offers a lively waterfront culture with a scenic boardwalk that meanders along the St.Lucie river from historic Flagler Avenue past restaurants and marinas. Flagler Avenue boasts a street of resort boutiques, restaurants, art galleries and antique stores and the historic Lyric Theatre. The waterfront is lined with Seafood restaurants hosting bands that play soft Caribbean themed music. With a wide open inlet and easy access to the Gulf Stream, Stuart is know as the “Sailfish Capital of the World.”
to "go to market immediately" and offer new construction with no competition (other oceanfront sites will take years to obtain necessary approvals to build). South Hutchinson Island attracts wealthy buyers escaping the overcrowding of Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties to the south as well as affluent second home buyers from the Northeast and Midwest.