"High Prairie Oaks" is a former citrus grove located in East Charlotte County on a paved road. This parcel is part of a former 3,640 acre citrus grove developed decades ago by the Freeman Bros. of Miami. Later sold to American Agronomics as the Bermont Grove unit and then resold and managed for investors around the world. Presently there is no existing citrus trees under production on this tract. There are citrus root stocks alive on the propertyand#8230;probably Cleo-Mandarin. The land has been permitted by the owner to return to a natural Southwest Florida flatwoods environment of many oaks and cabbage trees. There is drainage on three sides. The main drainage ditch to the north side of the property permits drainage westward via Myrtle Slough to Shell Creek, the Peace River and onward to Charlotte Harbor and beyond. Drainage is managed through the East Charlotte Drainage District at about $690 per year which is included in the annual taxes. Zoning is AG or Agriculture. The only limitations are prescribed by the AG zoning which permits all uses under the description including low density residential (1 home per parcel), conservation, agriculture, recreation and other uses consistent therewith. It is the purpose of the agricultural districts to provide areas for the establishment and/or continuation of agricultural operations with residential uses being permitted only at very low densities and to accommodate those individuals who understand and desire to live in an agricultural environment of quiet privacy.