Brooksville marina proprietor says he closed enterprise due to city

The proprietor of a Brooksville marina who has fought for years with the city over his use of moorings in Buck’s Harbor has closed the enterprise and put up for sale for greater than $1.8 million.

Indicators that had been fixed to cords blocking the marina’s entry highway and an adjoining grime car parking zone on Route 176 mentioned Tuesday that the marina is closed for the 2023 season and warns in opposition to trespassing.

The property is listed on the market by Christie’s Worldwide Actual Property for $1,825,000 and consists of two parcels linked by an entry highway off Route 176. That highway is shared with two different abutting property homeowners. The parcel immediately on the water is one tenth of an acre and features a wharf with two buildings on it and a floating dock system. The parcel immediately on Route 176 is a fifth of an acre and is used for parking. Collectively, the 2 parcels have an assessed worth of $261,500, in keeping with the city’s property tax data.