Webster GA 368
Matre Forestry is pleased to offer the Morris Tract, a +-367.75 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 smallest subdivision considered is +-67 acres. The property offers great hunting, growing longleaf, creek frontage, and solar project potential. +-89% 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.
*+-81.5 acres of 2012 Upland Planted Longleaf.
*+-66.1 acres of 2013 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.
*+-30 acres of hardwood bottom. The Slaughter Creek bottom has a nice wide buffer of mature hardwood stocked with quality oaks.
*The balance is +-11.1 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. Based on soil map, +-88% 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: $2041 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.