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2 Feb, 2018

Richard and Robin Kinley are First Residents of 17,500-acre Master-Planned Community of Babcock Ranch

Our first residents, Richard and Robin Kinley, were featured in a story from the Herald Tribune.

To the locals near Southwest Florida’s bays and beaches, Babcock Ranch seems “way out there” — 30 minutes southeast of downtown Punta Gorda and 20 northeast of Fort Myers.

But young retirees Richard and Robin Kinley say it seems just right.

The Kinleys have the distinction of being the first residents of this 17,500-acre city-in-the-making in southeastern Charlotte County. They closed on their ranch house about a week ago.

To read the full story, click here.

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