Oyster Bay

One of the last great coastal investment properties within a 188 mile stretch of gulf coast.

  • 12.88+/- acres Waterfront Property in Wakulla County, Florida
  • 265 feet of canal frontage permitted for 24 slip multi-family dock
  • Private 2.25 +/- acre salt pond
  • Paved frontage on Shell Point Road, Kornegay Road and Canal Street
  • Potential for 22 townhomes or possible high-end RV resort in established golf cart community
  • Permitted for a 24-slip mulit-family dock
  • Marsh front and the canal opens directly to Apalachee Bay
  • one of the last
  • Shell Point boat launch, beach and park just 4 minutes away
  • From Mashes Sands to Weeki Wachi, 86% of the 188 miles of “Nature Coast” gulf frontage is forever protected.
  • Shell Point is surrounded by the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge with over 1,000 square miles of federal and state lands.
  • one of the last unbuilt infill properties and borders the St. Marks Wildlife Refuge

This is one unique coastal property opportunity!

Residential, multi-family or high-end RV Resort potential. Permitted for a 24-slip multi-family dock. 

Introducing Oyster Bay, a 12.88+/- acre waterfront property located in the newly revamped and rapidly growing Shell Point area of Wakulla County, Florida. Situated amidst a landscape of thriving development, this rare property stands as one of the last expansive, undeveloped properties boasting coveted gulf access and marsh frontage, while being seamlessly connected to sewer and water infrastructure along the illustrious 188 miles of “Nature Coast.” Not many know that Oyster Bay is surrounded by nearly 1,000 square miles of federal and state lands, making this property one of the last opportunities to develop a piece of the “Nature Coast.”

Thanks to Florida Forever and our good friend, the late George Wilson, of the 188 miles of Florida coast from Week-Wachi to Mashes Sands, 86% is State and Federal Lands". Jon Kohler

State/Federal Lands

Just a leisurely 4-minute drive away lies the Shell Point Beach and boat ramp, emblematic of the revitalization transforming this locale into one of Florida’s signature coastal communities. A mere 22- minute drive leads to the newly acclaimed Trident Restaurant and the locally beloved Angelo’s seafood in Panacea, offering an array of culinary delights amidst a backdrop of coastal charm. Both restaurants are situated with a beautiful view of the water and sunset. Fresh seafood awaits around every corner in this area, where you will be met with friendly locals and an abundance of coastal history. Mineral Springs Seafood and My-Way Seafood are just a few examples of the fresh seafood purveyors in this community, both found within a 20 to 30-minute drive.

“If you haven’t been to Shell Point lately, you will be pleasantly surprised by what it’s become.” - Jon Kohler

Shell Point Beach

Shell Point Beach

The property runs from the main Shell Point Road to Canal Road. It is cleared and park-like with classic cabbage palms and towering longleaf pine. Upon arrival at Oyster Bay, you may witness blue herons fishing for their next meal, adding to the enchantment of this coastal haven teeming with indigenous flora and fauna.

Enhancing the property’s aesthetic appeal is a 2.25 +/- acre “salt pond.” A picturesque oasis to immerse oneself in serenity and natural beauty. Additionally, the visionary owner, who owns Rocky Bend Flint River Retreat that can also be found listed on our website, has laid the groundwork for Oyster Bay’s potential. With pre-development efforts such as current DEP and Army Corp permits already secured for boat slips, a wetland delineation and a 22-unit townhome conceptual plan, this property is a gem for someone looking to invest.

“Nearby, 10+ year old townhomes at Alligator Point have recently sold in the $600,000 range with no boat slips and nothing close to the calm waters that this part of the gulf coast has to offer.” - Jon Kohler

“It is important to note that the “Nature Coast” runs from about 8 miles west of here for about 180 miles to the south. This unique coastline is renowned for calm seas, exceptional boating and world-class flats fishing. The good news and bad news is that about 86% of the coastline is owned by the state or federal government, making the last few places like Oyster Bay even more valuable and private property opportunities even harder to find." - Jon Kohler

Elevate your lifestyle amidst the tranquility of Oyster Bay, where the allure of coastal living harmonizes with unparalleled recreational opportunities. Whether embarking on scenic hikes through St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge or immersing oneself in the adrenaline-pumping pursuit of red fishing in these pristine waters, every outdoor enthusiast will find their paradise. Indulge in leisurely beach strolls, birdwatching expeditions, and captivating sunsets, as Oyster Bay presents a canvas for endless recreation and relaxation as well as a great marketing opportunity for a future developer.

“One should understand that this area is the furthest west portion of the approximately 188+/- miles of “Nature Coast," of which all but 26 miles is permanently protected. Few people realize that 86% of the Florida coast here can never be developed, which is incredibly hard to come across today." - Jon Kohler


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