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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.
Since 1986, citrus plantings in the county have more than doubled, from 40,000 to more than 90,000 acres. South of and minutes from new La Belle Middle school. Lot size 1/4 acre, 80' X 125' (.23 Acres) Owner Finance, Cash or trade. La Belle's schools are noted for their outstanding music programs and the large number of students who play in the school bands.The La Belle Middle School had over one hundred students in the band, a large percentage of the student body.Citrus, mainly oranges and grapefruit, and vegetable growing drive the town's economy. Banyan Village is the newest of the Port La Belle planned neighborhoods, water lines are in, there is one house already built here a block away, and Banyan Village is between La Belle and Clewiston, a mile east of Ortona Locks, south of State Road 80. Go south on Wellington Parkway, turn at left at first street which is Sycamore Road and then first right on next street which is Banyan Boulevard, then turn right at South Belvoir Dr. Until the late 1940s, La Belle, and nearly all of Hendry County, was owned by cattlemen, including the "Cattle King" Joe B. After leasing range lands from auto manufacturer Henry Ford and managing Ford's downtown La Belle Hotel for several years, Joe Hendry bought Ford's lands in 1942. Port La Belle - 9003 Broad Circle -- Lot 30, Block 2254, Unit 8. South of and minutes from new La Belle Middle school. Lot is south of Cowboy Way, north of Raintree Blvd. Go south on Lexington Parkway, turn on to Sycamore Road and then go south on Banyan Boulevard, turn left on Raleigh (one street east of bridge over canal), go to the 2nd street which is Heritage (Street sign is here), and to first street turning right on Olympia. (street sign here) and then first left to Morning and follow curve, to 3rd lot on right side of street, look for sign. (.23 Acres) GPS coordinate: N26 44.346 W81 16.772 County strap #04104329-10023520240.
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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.