Over time, misinformation can spread through the community regarding someone else’s property. The “did you hear” type of conversations can cause a lot of confusion as to what type of soil people have or don’t have on their land. Ground-penetrating radar on 2,100 acres tells you a lot.
So that’s just what we did.
We know every nook and cranny of every piece of our property and have created a community around it. Not only is the sandy soil at Ocala Ranch suitable for building, but there is also a natural thick layer of clay under the soil covering the entire site.
There are NO open caverns, NO active sinkholes and NO hydraulic connection to the Floridan Aquifer on the 2,100 acres in which development will occur. Only three small areas of unstable soil conditions were found, and these areas will be retained as open space in the development.