Davidson Realty listed four quadrants of an 8,427-acre ranch in St. Johns County for sale separately, with asking prices totaling $61.2 million for all four.
Each quadrant of Hutson Ranch has income-producing potential from such enterprises as developing land, owning horses and harvesting timber, according to Jim Davidson, president of Davidson Realty.
“Buyers can anticipate both immediate and future revenue from any ranch quadrant,” he said in a prepared statement. Hutson Ranch’s location in northeast Florida is south of Jacksonville and west of St. Augustine to the east.
The largest of the four ranch quadrants is the northwest quadrant, which covers 2,755 acres and comes equipped with two 2,600-foot airstrips, ample equestrian facilities including stables and paddocks, plus a two-story, over-the-water house jutting into a 50-acre lake. A connection to State Road 207 also provides development potential for all or part of the northwest quadrant. It has an asking price of $28.9 million, according to the website of Davidson Realty
The second-largest is the northeast quadrant, which spans 2,468 acres with a managed timber forest and four miles of frontage on a highway. Its asking price is $10.1 million.
The 1,732-acre southwest quadrant of Hutson Ranch has an asking price of $16.2 million, which covers an 11,000-square-foot house and three smaller ones, plus pine and hardwood forests, and 240 acres leased for agricultural production.
The 1,472-acre southeast quadrant has a $6 million asking price. It is a managed timber forest three miles east of Interstate 95.