Today, Hendry has more than 15 million citrus trees, more than any other Florida county. Lucie County has 12 million while Polk county has 11 million.) Hendry county is third in citrus acreage with 100,000 acres. Lucie county has 107,000 acres while Polk county has 104,000 acres.
Port La Belle, now a 31,000-acre single-family community three miles east of La Belle, brings a modern, country club atmosphere to the town. in the 1970s and now includes a marina on the Caloosahatchee River, a park, swimming pools, a hotel, a public middle school, high school, a convenience store, restaurants, and a growing residential community. Port La Belle - (Aerial photo left, looking northwest, lot on south side of street) Beautiful 5 acres of pine and oaks adjacent to lot.
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INTERESTING FACTS: La Belle, the county seat of Hendry County, is located in a vast oak hammock on the shores of the Caloosahatchee River, at the intersection of State Roads 29 and 80, 26 miles east of Ft. The town and unincorporated communities within a 15-mile radius watch the number of inhabitants rise to 12,000 or more during the winter growing season. Francis Asbury Hendry named the area in 1896 for his daughters, Laura and Belle. Port La Belle - 8021 Buttercup Circle (watch video) -- Lot 20, Block 2306, Unit 9.
The area was originally settled by the Caloosa Indians, who held religious rites here. The greater La Belle area includes North La Belle on the north side of the Caloosahatchee River and Port La Belle, 3 miles east of downtown La Belle. Port La Belle - Banyan Village - 613 Olympia Circle (watch video) -- Lot 7, Block 2479, Unit 12. Port La Belle - Banyan Village - 847 Morning Lane (watch video)-- Lot 24, Block 252, Unit 10. Banyan Village is the newest of the Port La Belle planned neighborhoods where water lines are in and the next new homes will be built, and is between La Belle and Clewiston, a mile east of Ortona Locks, south of State Road 80. Developing neighborhood with new homes and with electric and water lines already in. La Belle Middle school is just around the block, A shopping area is zoned for this neighborhood as well. Directions: From Cowboy Way or State Road 80 go east of La Belle to Cedarwood Parkway and then to Raintree Boulevard, go east of Raintree to first street, turn right onto Buttercup. The south lot line lies about even with the north lot line of the new home across the street.
dating is how people get to know each other and determine if someone is a suitable partner for Hendry then owned much of the county from La Belle to Clewiston. Directions: From Cowboy Way and near school, go south on Raintree to first right at Carnation and follow curve to Broad Circle and turn right, lot near mid-block on north side of street on northeast corner across from new home. Lot is at curve at south end of street, look for sign, approximately 1/3 acre, about 150' on each side. In 1972 the Hendry family sold 32,000 acres to General Development Corporation for the new town of Port La Belle. Port La Belle - 9031 Largo Circle (watch video) -- Lot 2, Block 2280, Unit 8. Lot size 1/3 acre, with 154' frontage on Broad Circle (.32 Acres). (.34 Acres) GPS coordinate is: N26 44.325 W81 15.942. All property subject to prior sale or withdrawal from market.join for free and find your soulmate from millions of members in the usa, uk and worldwide.