Webster GA 300
Matre Forestry is pleased to offer the Morris Tract, a +-300 deeded and surveyed (surveyed in 1969) acres in Webster County, Georgia that has been in the same family for generations. This is you chance to acquire significant acreage at a great price. The seller will consider subdividing at a negotiated price. The property offers great hunting, growing longleaf, creek frontage, and solar project potential. +-86% is suitable for pine plantations.
The property has frontage on Slaughter Creek, a major tributary to the Kinchafoonee Creek, which is just a little ways downstream.
+-94.1 acres of 2012 Upland Planted Longleaf.
There is double road frontage on two sand base county roads, with good wet weather access. Utilities are present.
+-162.1 acres of 2007 Upland Cutover, providing great deer cover, and is ideal for reforestation under the EQUIP program.
+-27.3 acres of hardwood bottom. The Slaughter Creek bottom has a nice wide buffer of mature hardwood stocked with quality oaks.
The balance is +-7.5 acres of transmission line right of way perfect for food plots; a good road network; and several old logging ramps that could be planted in food plots.
Dominant upland soil is Troup Loamy Sand with 0% to 5% slope. +-86% of the acreage is upland ground ideal for pine plantations. This tract provides excellent wet weather logging access, which equates to premium timber prices.
Property Taxes: $1664 per year (estimated). The property is in a temporary Conservation Use Assessment (CUA) with the county tax commissioner. The buyer will agree to assume and honor the, or pay all penalties and costs associated with breaking the CUA.
Good solar project potential, with transmission line on property and a substation very nearby.