A massive hunting plantation that sits on one of the biggest private tracts of land in Florida just hit the market.
Located in Okeechobee at 2399 NE 224th St., Quail Creek Plantation was first purchased from a rancher in 1998 by the late Harris W. "Whit" Hudson, a billionaire businessman and brother-in-law to former owner of the Florida Panthers and the Miami Dolphins H. Wayne Huizenga.
The property has since expanded to a 3,150-acre high-end sportsman destination. According to the listing, Quail Creek comes with a 14-acre lake fully stocked with largemouth bass, 400 acres of high-fenced game hunting, four quail courses, dove fields, a tower for continental pigeon shoots, a helicopter pad, clay grounds with two 14-station automated sporting clay courses, and facilities able to keep up to 4,000 birds and 60 dogs on site.
The property also includes a 5,000-square-foot master house, 11 cabins, staff housing, and an 8,000-square-foot guest lodge.
As of now, the property is asking $25 million, and the listing agent is Billy Nash of Illustrated Properties.
Photos via quailcreeksale.com and Zillow.com