Cedar Lake Farm is 196 +/- acres located outside of Cobbtown in northern Tattnall County. The property is made up of 4 ponds, merchantable pine timber, cultivated land, and creek frontage. The cultivated land totals 54 +/- acres. It is made up of very productive soils and has been historically used to grow peanuts and soybeans. The lease from the farm land provides revenue as well as being a food source for the local wildlife. The 124 +/- acres of pine stands surrounding the cultivated land are well stocked and merchantable immediately. They have been through the first thinning and are growing well. This timber will provide future revenues or could be harvested immediately. The most unique features of the property are its ponds. A 7.5+/- acre lake lies in the north eastern section of the farm. This lake provides amazing habitat for waterfowl as well as fishing. A variety of duck species can be seen on the pond as well as Canada geese. The other three ponds are situated at different points around the property. They vary in size from approximately .5 acre to 1 acre. These ponds also provide waterfowl habitat and fishing opportunities. A system of roads and trails connect all points on the property and give access to game plots and hunting areas. The deer herd has been allowed to grow and improve. Past hunting pressure has been limited and this shows in the amount of sign that is visible all over the farm. The habitat on the property is rounded out by the frontage along Cedar Creek. It boasts over 3/4 of a mile of frontage along this cypress lined creek. The farm house is approximately 1,300 square feet with a carport. It is block construction with a metal roof. It will make a great hunting cabin, or the new owner could continue to rent it to provide more revenue from the farm. There is an extra septic tank located near the house that would be ideal for a RV hookup.