Florida Atlantic Intracoastal Island
North of Ponce Inlet Ocean Access
Located on the Florida Atlantic Intracoastal waterway, this beautiful private Island can be yours. The Island is buildable, and the following surveys have been done on it: Phase 2 Environmental Studies, Topographical survey and Tree surveys. This Island is only accessible by boat, yacht, carboat or possibly seaplane. The Island is populated with cedar, palm and oak trees and as elevations of about 5ft. buildable portion of the island totals at 1.81 acres.
Surveyed - Ready for Development
PARCEL ID: 6311-00-00-0140
Reasons to own your own private island:
Privacy. An island offers the ultimate in privacy. It’s your very own castle, protected by the nature’s own moat. You have the utmost sense of privacy in that you can patrol the boundaries of your little kingdom and see that you are lord of all that you survey.
Exclusivity. Theirs is nothing that can match the exclusivity of an island. An island by its very nature excludes and keeps out others. But it’s more exclusive in the sense of being special. What do many people do upon gaining great wealth? Buy their own island. From the Roman Emperor Tiberius’ island of Capri, to Hollywood’s stars of today, every person of wealth or celebrity dreams of owning their own island.
Prestige: There is no more prestigious property in the world than a private island. A Castle on the Rhine, Private Villa in Bali, Mansion in Beverly Hills, Pied a Tierre in Paris, they all pale in comparison to the prestige of having your very own Private Island. Also buying owning your own island the universal law of most countries is that you can rename the island whatever you want. What better than naming the island after you wife or daughter? Or after yourself for that matter?
You can see the coast in the background, as well as the Intracoastal. The beach is well developed with multiple condos along it.
Not only can you see part of the wing of the plane, you see a small tributary of the intracoastal wraping around the island. There just hapens to be a large yacht passing by as well.
A nice picture of some of the island's foilage. There are several palm trees and a cedar tree. Notice how the ground is farly dry.
A picture of the Island as we approached by boat. Many of the trees are of considerate height.
This is a nice picture from the small tributary seen in the other photos wrapping around the island.
Somebody cut a couple of trees down... Pirates?
Don't worry, I got a little something to scarecrow them away... Oh wait, I didn't put that there...
The ground is solid. This is also a decent perspective shot for the tree height
This is a copy of the tree survey, it also gives the tree diameters
Topographical survey. Gives all the heights on the island as well as the mean water mark
This is a concept drawing for a resort - style housing with connecting waterways. The concept was to have 6 solar powered cabins and an extended dock for vacation style homes.
Second Concept drawing, walkways are lined with solar panels.
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