PORT ST. LUCIE HOMES
5e^ landscaping transforTs the hoTe ^ith its stately coluTns into great curb appeal.
Coast Sports Commission, Stutzke also served as its chairman.
“I hate to say it, but I am going to be a snowbird,” he says.
The couple also owns and works a 200-acre corn and soybean
farm in 3rinceton, Ill., where they are active in efforts to preserve
and restore old buildings.
“When you are retired, you look at downsizing,” says Michael.
“We are building a new home on the farm, a one-story,
so it is easy to get around. We’re spending six months in
Florida and six months up north. We plant in the spring and
harvest in the fall. We enjoy the change in seasons. We hate
to leave it vacant for six months. As we grow older, we won’t
need two large homes. If we sell it, fine. If not, we’ll stay.”
Bella Strano is listed by Joey Cueto of Team Naplitano at
Keller Williams in Port St. Lucie for $695,000. E
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