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BLUE CYPRESS LAKE

Charlotte Terry -  772.538.2388

ABOUT BLUE CYPRESS LAKE & FISH CAMP

Blue Cypress Lake, the largest lake in Indian River County, is a ten square mile naturalist and fisherman's paradise. As the origin of the St. John's River, the lake is abundant with wildlife including bass, (delicious) catfish, alligators, ospreys and of course, majestic cypress trees. The lake is known as a premiere location in Florida for largemouth bass fishing.

Blue Cypress Fish Camp is a small village of waterfront lots and homes on the western side of Blue Cypress Lake. While it feels worlds away, the village is just 20 miles west of the conveniences of Vero Beach, a charming seaside community on Florida's Treasure Coast.

Middleton's Fish Camp, adjacent to the county boat ramp within Blue Cypress Fish Camp, offers a community bait and tackle shop and options for tent or cabin camping by the lake.

QUICK FACTS

ACERAGE OF LAKE

AVG. DEPTH OF LAKE

SQ. MILES OF LAKE

# OF PLATTED LOTS

MIN LOT SIZE

6,500

8 feet

10.16

100

60x60 feet

 
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Middleton's Tackle Shop
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LOCATION
 
 
AVAILABLE HOMES
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21794 73rd Manor
  • 1 bedroom, 1 bath
  • 385 sq feet
  • Manufactured 2004 home
  • 63x61 foot lot
  • The essentials for an easy, fish camp retreat!
  • Note: Land Lease Transfer Fee is $100
Last List price of $122,000
SOLD!
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21711 73rd Place
SOLD!
  • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths
  • Over 1,100 sq feet
  • Built in 1986
  • 70x60 foot lot
  • Seawall, fenced yard, carport, firepit
  • Note: Land Lease Transfer Fee is $100
Last list price of $199,000
 
VERO BEACH

Cradled by the Atlantic Ocean, Vero Beach has been described as "a charming seaside village". The city of 15,000 residents encompasses 11 square miles of sandy beaches and shaded oak tree-lined streets.

LEARN MORE ABOUT VERO BEACH
ABOUT VERO BEACH

Cradled by the Atlantic Ocean, Vero Beach has been described as "a charming seaside village". The city of 15,000 residents encompasses 11 square miles of sandy beaches and shaded oak tree-lined streets.

Ocean Drive Shopping & Dining

  • Shopping: Men and Women’s clothing boutiques, Fine jewelry, Local and international home and furnishings, Organic food and fine wine, Art Galleries

  • Dining: Oceanfront fine dining experiences and casual options, Coffee shops, Ice cream stores, Wine bars, Breweries

  • Accommodations: Gloria Estefan’s Costa d’Este Beach Resort & Spa, Kimpton Vero Beach Hotel & Spa, The Historic Driftwood Resort

 
ABOUT US
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Charlotte Terry, Associate Broker

Charlotte is, as they say, "connected" - to everyone and every place, from the Environmental Learning Center to Saint Edward's School, where both her children graduated. Charlotte knows Florida and real estate. She is a fourth generation Floridian and has lived in Vero Beach for over 50 years. Her family moved to Vero Beach from Jacksonville, Florida in 1966. After twenty years of owning her own company, Charlotte Terry Real Estate, Inc., Charlotte merged her company with Alex MacWilliam Real Estate, Inc. in 2009.

"Charlotte owns a place at Blue Cypress Fish Camp, so she really understands the uniqueness about the place."

  - Melissa C.

In 2017, Bethany obtained her real estate license. She was immediately hired by friends and family and thus had a high-speed introduction to the role of real estate agent. Bethany truly enjoys being a real estate agent. She loves to work with buyers and sellers. She is especially adept at marketing high-end, luxury properties. She knows how to stage, style and present homes to appear their absolute best, enhancing their positive attributes while minimizing any flaws. She allows loves hunting for properties. She can spot a diamond in the rough.

Bethany Burt, REALTOR®
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