Burt Reynolds' massive ranch is being developed into multi-million dollar homes

Mail Online | 4/29/1988 | Dailymail.com Reporter
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Burt Reynolds' famed Florida ranch will reportedly be developed into multi-million dollar homes.

The Jupiter Farms ranch sits on 160 acres of land in Jupiter, Florida, where the Hollywood actor shot scenes from Smokey and the Bandit II.

Reynolds - Ranch - Host - Movie - Stars

Reynolds' ranch also played host to several movie stars who were occasionally spotted as they came to shoot scenes for Striptease and B.L. Stryker, according to the Sun Sentinel.

But now, the massive ranch will be developed into 30 lots with homes starting at $1 million to $1.5 million.

Owners - Horse - Stalls - Lots

Owners will even be allowed to have horse stalls on their lots.

Reynolds, who passed away aged 82 on Thursday after going into cardiac arrest, also married actress Loni Anderson in a chapel on the property in 1988.

Veronica - Bellew - Family - Store - Sentinel

Veronica Bellew, whose family had a store nearby, told the Sentinel that Reynolds had a 'church there and studios'.

'He had a horse track, and in the back there were deer, too. They...
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