7001 Silver Oak Drive, Port St. Lucie, FL, 34952

7001 Silver Oak Drive Port St. Lucie, FL 34952

Property Type:
Commercial Land Development
Last Verified:
Nov 15, 2019


Rare development site featuring the best of all Florida has to offer.

A naturally scenic site located just blocks from the Savannas Preserve and Recreation Area, this development site features up to 232 units in a quaint setting yet just blocks away from US Hwy 1’s shopping, and business corridor.

Very few development sites can match the desirability of this property and location. St. Lucie Gardens is a scenic enclave known for its larger estate homes, equestrian lifestyle, recreation amenities and truly one of a kind natural beauty that can only be found in this preserve area. It’s unspoiled Florida at its best yet minutes away from every amenity modern living demands.

Price: $3,500,000 ($15,086 / Unit)
Denisity: Up to 232 Units
Address: 7201 Silver Oak Drive
Port St. Lucie, FL 34952

Zoning: RM-5
(Residential 5 Units per Acre)
Utilties: Water & Sewer to Site
Acres: 46.42
Condition: Dry, Previously Cleared
Site: Corner Parcel
Roads: Paved Roads & Sidewalk
Area: Strong Surrounding Home Values

Lot Size: 46.42 acres

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