Asking Price: $5,850,000
Property Size: 333 total acres with 143 irrigated blueberry acres
Location: Interlachen, Florida
Category: Income Producing Farm
Improvements: High Fenced with Drip and Overhead Irrigation and Chemigation, Seven 12” wells, 10,000SF Packing Facility, Nursery and Tissue Culture Lab
Tax: Real Estate Property Tax - $11,000
Tangible Property Tax - $10,000
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The Miller Farm represents the very best in a family owned farm having been in the blueberry business for 39 years. It is the oldest commercial blueberry farm in Florida. The farm is turn-key and includes everything needed to produce, pack and sell blueberries and its north central Florida location is ideal for its thriving U-pick operation as well as the perfect climate for timing the early Florida market.
The farm totals 333 acres with 143 acres of irrigated blueberries. Improvements include a 10,000SF Packing Facility with Office, Tissue Culture Lab and Nursery for growing new plants. Seven 12″ wells provide drip and overhead irrigation as well as freeze protection to the entire farm. The irrigation system is set up to provide chemigation and fertilization to the entire farm in under 4 hours. The Tissue Culture Lab allows for rapid production of disease free plants and the nursery has two imperial greenhouses and is capable of growing varieties for the farm and for commercial sale. The farm includes an equipment barn, double wide home and is high fenced. A significant amount of equipment is included in the sale including all line and processing equipment for the packing facility, state of the art scale system for weighing berries and processing labor payments along with tractors, trailers and implements necessary to grow blueberries and maintain the farm.
This information contained herein was gathered from various sources and is deemed to be accurate but should be verified and confirmed by the Buyer. Contact Hunter Brant or Toby Anastasio for additional information or to set up a showing.
“The Miller Farm represents the very best in a family owned farm having been in the blueberry business for 39 years. It is the oldest commercial blueberry farm in the state of Florida. They have established a cult-like following in the U-pick business with some repeat clients driving 4-5 hours to visit the farm every year and have helped develop the local blueberry festival. They have worked closely with the University of Florida to develop many of the best producing varieties being grown on Florida farms today. The farm is an excellent farm, well managed and thoughtfully constructed to produce high yields and well located to take advantage of the early Florida market.”
Hunter Brant, President, Oakwood Realty Group