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Originally established as a trading town by the Seminole people, and then settled by American migrants in the 1890's, Indiantown does not lack history and charm. Through the planning of Davies Warfield, Indiantown was planned to be a model city with laid out streets, schools, housing, and a rail station. The historic Seminole Inn was a result of some of that development.
Intended to be the southern hub of the Seaboard Rail Line, some development began, but the land boom of the 1920's fizzled out in 1926, and followed by the death of Warfield did end the plans for the Seaboard's headquarters. The Okeechobee Hurricane of 1928 also cause a lot of problems and halted further development.
Today, Indiantown is most known for its Equestrian and Agricultural abundances, and attracts residents with those ideals in mind. Others desire the small town feel of the community. Indiantown is also home to Payson Park, which is one of the top Thoroughbred horse racing facilities in the United States.
With a touch of history, homes with tons of wide open space, and some southern country charm, Indiantown gets you away from it all, but still provides the best of both worlds as you're still only about 30-45 minutes away from all the larger metropolitan areas.
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