Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Enclave at Satellite Beach Details

Jimmy Winemiller has held many roles in his career, including agent, farm operator, and horse owner. One property Jimmy Winemiller is working on developing the Enclave at Satellite Beach, part of Florida's Space Coast.

The Enclave at Satellite Beach consists of 27 acres that could become one of the preeminent addresses in the Satellite Beach area, with offerings focused on upscale housing. Located on Highway A1A, the property provides safe beach access and a lovely ocean view thanks to a designated conservation area.

Enclave development units may include condominiums, single-family units, and town homes. Up to a quarter of the property can be used for commercial development, providing convenience for all residents.

The position of the property also plays an important role in its desirability for housing purposes. Once completed, the Enclave will be the only new single-family housing option on the island between Ocean Avenue and Pineda Causeway, which will make it a highly sought-after property.

Friday, February 9, 2018

The Pedigree of Thoroughbred Gelding Wine Scholar

A versatile real estate executive, Jimmy Winemiller owns a wide range of commercial and residential properties in multiple US states. The former owner of the Iron Horse Farm thoroughbred facility, Jimmy Winemiller remains active in the world of professional horse racing. 

Mr. Winemiller’s racehorses included the thoroughbred bay gelding Wine Scholar. Standing 16.2 hands tall and featuring a full-bodied physique, Wine Scholar was foaled on February 13, 2011, by breeder Becky Winemiller. 

Wine Scholar’s father, Smart Strike, was an established winner at the Group One (G1) level, representing the most prominent thoroughbred and standardbred stakes races in the United States and other major countries. Wine Scholar’s mother, Dragon Fly, was a gray/roan mare of the Sadler's Wells/Cure The Blues line and a seven-time race starter. 

Smart Strike was sired by the black-type winner Mr. Prospector and the Ontario bay mare Classy ‘n Smart, while Dragon Fly was sired by the G1 winner Sadler’s Wells and the French grey mare Luna Blue. Unfortunately, Wine Scholar received an injury and was retired from racing in 2015.

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

The Enclave at Satellite Beach Provides Several Residence Options

Since 1990, Jimmy Winemiller has managed Dahomey Plantation in Bolivar County, Mississippi. In addition, he serves as an agent for Brevard Harbor Edge, LLC in Martin County, Florida. Jimmy Winemiller along with the Winemiller Development Team helped to establish a new complex called The Enclave at Satellite Beach in Florida.

With 27 acres found at the corner of Shearwater Parkway and Highway AIA, The Enclave at Satellite Beach features an ocean view along Florida’s Space Coast. It sits on a signalized corner, which allows for safe and convenient access to the beach and parks, particularly High Tower Park.

New development units may include townhomes, condos, and single-family residences. In addition, as part of its zoning, the property’s parcel will have 25 percent used as commercial space without affecting the 398 units of residential living space. The city also approved a new ordinance that allows for the site to house a 160-room hotel. 

Once it opens The Enclave at Satellite Beach will be the only new single-family residence on the barrier island that stretches between Ocean Avenue and Pineda Causeway in Melbourne Beach. This area stretches 13 miles and is considered one of the most sought-after locations found in Brevard County.

Friday, January 12, 2018

Mallard Manor - Ideally Situated for Waterfowl Hunting

Entering his adolescent years, Jimmy Winemiller was already working hard. Now a seasoned businessman, he has engaged in various real estate purchases, management, and sales involving properties covering thousands of acres. Among others, Jimmy Winemiller operates Mallard Manor in Drew, Mississippi. 

A top-tier sporting destination, Mallard Manor is situated within the most acclaimed waterfowl areas in the Mississippi Delta. It is located along the Mississippi Flyway, a migratory bird route, and for over a thousand years waterfowl have wintered in the area. There are large expanses of flooded farmland, lakes, marshes, and brakes where hunters can find mallards, wood ducks, pintails, turkey, deer, and more. 

To maximize hunting possibilities there are pit blinds, floating blinds, layout blinds, and other options. Hunters can go on professionally guided hunts and are provided with highly trained hunting dogs. The Mallard Manor Lodge has a floor area of 10,000 square feet, offers excellent guest rooms, Southern dining, maid service, on-site concierge, internet connection, among other amenities. A 5-stand sporting clay shooting facility is also on the property.

Friday, October 30, 2015

Rules and Regulations of Waterfowl Hunting

Real estate professional Jimmy Winemiller has an extensive career history that spans more than 50 years and multiple industries. In addition to his experience buying and selling commercial properties, Jimmy Winemiller also oversees the management of Mallard Manor, a farm located in Mississippi that caters to hunters, including waterfowl hunters.

Waterfowl hunting season in Mississippi begins each year around the end of September and runs to late January. In order to participate, hunters must purchase a small-game license, Mississippi waterfowl stamp, federal waterfowl stamp, and a certification from the Harvest Information Program.

In addition to completing the necessary paperwork, waterfowl hunters must also respect baiting laws, which forbid the use of feed bait to attract ducks and other waterfowl to a specific area in order to hunt them. Wild birds may only be hunted where they naturally migrate.

Legal equipment for waterfowl hunting includes shotguns that are smaller than 11-gauge, muzzle-loading shotguns, and archery weapons. Hunters typically wear waders during the process in order to walk through waterlogged swamp areas of Mississippi.

Monday, October 19, 2015

Characteristics of Successful Real Estate Investors

Jimmy Winemiller is a real estate investor with experience in the purchasing and sale of different types of properties, including condominiums, outlet malls, and farms. Real estate professionals like Jimmy Winemiller typically have certain qualities that help them succeed in the industry.

Familiarity with Market Trends
Effective real estate professionals conduct thorough research on the markets they work in. Making themselves familiar with current market trends, such as consumer spending and mortgage rate fluctuations, allows real estate investment professionals to make informed decisions about the purchase and sale of properties.

Niche Market Development
Real estate investing encompasses a wide range of property types, and successful industry professionals often focus their energies on a certain type of investment. Instead of overextending themselves by trying to develop a deep level of understanding of too many markets, efficient investors will take the time to know a specific market, such as farmland or industrial properties.

Moral Principles
Though there is no authority in the real estate industry that holds professionals to a higher standard, investors who hold themselves to a higher code of professional conduct garner more respect from their peers and colleagues. A reputation for using unethical business practices is not easily lost in the industry, so successful real estate investors focus on operating under a personally imposed code of ethics.

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

What to Expect at Dahomey Plantation

An agent for Martin County, Florida’s Brevard Harvard Edge, Jimmy Winemiller specializes in buying and selling agricultural properties. Jimmy Winemiller focuses on improving properties for resale. He owns more than 12,000 acres of rice and cotton farmland in De Soto County, Mississippi, and Dahomey Plantation on the Mississippi Delta.

The Dahomey Plantation spans nearly 10,000 acres in Bolivar County. With 9,500 acres of precision-graded land, the property is an ideal location for farming rice, soybean, cotton, and wheat. Precision-graded fields have been shown to provide a significant water-conservation benefit to farmers.

The Dahomey Plantation property consists of 106 irrigation wells that have the capacity to irrigate most of the land. Farmers can expect land filled with Class III Sharkey, Forestdale clays, and silty clays. Additionally, Class II Tunica, Dundee silty clays, Class I and II Robinsonville, and Commerce sandy loams make up the remainder of the soil. Other features of the property include an airplane hangar and farm office with a shop to conduct business. Tenant houses are also on site.