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Indiantown, Florida is located in sought after western part of Martin County. Indiantown is situated in the midst of large citrus groves and is bordered by the peaceful St. Lucie Canal. It is not far from the Scripps/Mecca research site in West Palm Beach. Indiantown is a charming, family oriented, one-stoplight town, which you and your family will love.

Traveling west from Stuart, the landscape becomes increasingly beautiful. Strip malls give way to a panorama of subtropical beauty. Gated communities disappear, replaced by homes with acreage, often with a barn and a few horses. Endangered species, such as the Florida Panther, thrive undisturbed, sharing their home with an astonishing number of exotic birds, foxes, wild turkey, deer, wild boar, raccoons, armadillo, and even the occasional 'gator.

Indiantown is often referred to as "the real Florida - what Florida was before the onslaught of tourists and retirees. The residents who live in this community enjoy the sense of associated with living in a small town. They also like the idea that located just a few minutes away Stuart Florida and Jensen Beach where you will find dining, shopping and other attractions.

If you like fishing Indiantown is a utopia being only 10 miles from Lake Okeechobee, the second largest freshwater lake in the United States, and only 20 miles from deep sea fishing off Stuart, "the Sailfish Capital of the World".

Indiantown has attempted to anticipate and then answer the needs of business seeking to relocate to western Martin County. Equal attention has been directed to issues affecting the quality of life of Indiantown residents. Rural areas such as Indiantown provide an antidote to the growing middle-class malaise associated with living in urban areas. The people of Indiantown are friendly and self-sufficient. Traffic jams simply don't happen. Pollution, either noise or air, doesn't exist. Indiantown has relatively little crime. Doors are still left unlocked, children play safely in both residential areas and the lovely town parks. Land is available, not only for the building of businesses, but also for the development of new homes - single family homes, duplexes, town homes and multi-family rental complexes.

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