336-C 30 ACRES HAMLIN/SUNBURST TINDEL CAMP & HELICOPTER ROAD LAKE WALES——DUNDEE AREA This grove is located in the City limits of Dundee and is about 660 ft. South of the pro- posed new High School cur- rently proposed for 2014. The City of Dundee has in- cluded this property in their application for an increased density Land Use. It has gone to “DCA”. Current Polk County land use is A/RR. This location is about 1/2 mile East of Hwy. 17 (Scenic Hwy) The property appears to be in a growth area and in addition does provide grove income. 30 ACRE GROVE PRODUCTION VARIETY 2006/2007 2007/2008 2008/2009 2009/2010 HAMLIN 4544 3854 5533 4137 SUNBURST 2346 1502 2564 2728 ORLANDO 1760 2482 TANG TOTAL 8650 7832PRICE $ 35,000. per acre. DO NOT ENTER THE GROVE UNLESS PERSONS AND EQUIPMENT DE- CONTIMINATED PER DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE GUIDELINES.EXCLUSIVELY BY: MARY L. ADSIT, Realtor 5757 Trask Rd. Ft. Meade, FL 33841 PHONE 863 285 7118 FAX 863 285 8888 E-MAIL email@example.com WEB SITE www.maryadsit.com
DIRECTIONS:From Lake Wales– takeHwy. 17 (Alt 27-ScenicHwy.) North about 4-1/2miles to Tindel Camp Rd.Turn (right) East) and go1/2 mile to Int. HelicopterRd. and Tindel Camp Rd.Grove starts at this inter-section and is on theright with 1320 ft. front-age on Tindel Camp and660 ‘ on Helicopter.There are signs on theproperty.Do not walk or drive inthe grove unless youhave permission andpractice citrus canker &disease de-contamination proce-dure. 10 acres and 20 acres front on Tindel Camp Rd. and the 10 acre Sunburst Has front- age on Helicop- ter Rd.
This is a view of the Sunburst area of the grove along Tindel Camp Rd. look- ing West toward Alt. 27. The grove has micro-jet irrigation and the water source is a large Waverly well. This grove owns a % of the well and such ownership would convey with the grove sale. The Sunburst area of the grove is being slowly converted to Valencia/Carrizo. In 2007 475 trees were re-set. Pic. To right is a view of the Northeast corner of the grove. This adjoins a large parcel of planted pines that extend along Tindel Camp Rd. and Stalnaker Rd. The pine parcel is platted to 5 acre tracts. This listing has 1320 ft. frontage on Tindel Camp Road which is a paved-County Maintained “Collector” road and has 660’ frontage on Heli- copter Rd. which is clay, County maintained and designated as “Local”.SOIL TYPE: Soils are Candler, one of the more desirable citrus soils. There appears to be noportion of the property that is not well drained and would not be in the 100 year flood area.ELEVATION: The property is toward the top of the “Ridge” which should provide good air drain-age. Elevation at the NW corner is 190’ +- sloping to 160’ +- at the SE corner.REAL ESTATE TAXES: Year 2009. City of Dundee and Polk County $ 1216.BROKER’S STATEMENT:Any information provided or implied in this package is obtained from sources that I consider reliable; how-ever, I am not responsible for mis-statement of facts, errors, omissions, prior sales, leases, easements,changes in price, zoning changes or withdrawal from market without notice or other such actions that arenot within my control or knowledge. This office is not responsible for verification of property boundaries,wetlands or scrub verification, soils or sub-soils, determination of flood hazard areas, underground hazardssuch as sink holes, buried tanks or other contamination. This office will provide a list of firms available forenvironmental assessments if you so request. Information on this property has been obtained from bestknown sources and is not warranted to be correct as to information from other sources, invalid map ordocument interpretation, etc. An agricultural consultant should advise for persons not involved in the in-dustry.The Comprehensive Plan that is now effective in Florida has made a drastic change in our land use and de-velopment as we knew it in the past. County Planning verification for intended use is recommended. Abuyer should personally confirm that the intended purchase meets their present needs and any intendedfuture use.All Real Estate investments contain risk. It is recommended that potential buyers investigate and inspectthis property, obtain any desired professional advice from contractors, building inspectors, citrus consult-ants, engineers, planners, your CPA or other financial adviser, etc. to fully evaluate this property and theinvestment. This should include your personal confirmation of present zoning, future land use, availabilityof utilities and all other regulations that would effect the intended use.