New Natural Residences in West Palm Beach
Developer Ben Benson, of Ocean Land Trust, is offering property in a nearly 10-acre West Palm Beach gated sanctuary emphasizing natural and wildlife features. The largely unspoiled natural property includes large residences, a wildlife pond and mature landscaping, with more than 200 palm trees and frequent sightings of egrets, cranes, owls, migratory birds, otters and other animals. This private, secure community is close to all the area’s renowned beaches and cultural attractions.
“The Palm Beach area in Florida is one of the fastest-growing areas nationwide, with its spectacular climate, beaches, culture and healthy lifestyle,” says Benson. “Given its popularity and intensive development, it’s almost impossible to find larger unspoiled natural properties like this one.”
For more information, call 561-284-0199, email OceanLandTrust@yahoo.com or visit Wibiti.com/5ozt.
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