ATTENTION: Southwest Georgia Land for Sale on the Chattahoochee River with a nice mobile home, pole barn, tractor, and most furnishings.
DISCLAIMER: All information is believed to be reliable and from reliable sources, but the information is not guaranteed. All estimates of acres and other estimates are plus or minus.
OVERVIEW: River property does not come available often, so do not miss this chance. +-103 Acres on the beautiful Chattahoochee River in Early County Georgia with well maintained mobile home, fields, natural 7 acre pond that rarely if ever goes dry, woods, pole barn, fencing, and more. A John Deere 5105 tractor, and home furnishings are included in the land sale. See attached files for more information.
Last Updated: 8/10/2017
NOTICES: Shown by appointment only. Do not enter without permission. The property is for sale, not for lease. See attached files/documents for more info.
PRICE INCLUDES: Land with road and river frontage, timber and timber rights, mobile home, furnishings, tractor, misc. equipment, pole barn, recreational rights, farming rights, any crop basis quota or payments the seller has with the Farm Service Agency, any mineral rights the seller has.
PRIMARY USE: River Property, House, Hunting, Fishing, Farming, Timber, Good potential for horses or cows or other livestock.
IMPROVEMENTS: Well maintained 1985 Oakwood Homes mobile home: 24x40, 3 bedroom 2 bath. Front porch, Screened back porch, pole barn. Tractor, misc. Equipment, most furnishings included. Some barbed fencing.
TIMBER: 7 acres of upland pine and hardwood (including yard area). 5 acres mature hardwood along the river. Possibly some timber in the natural pond.
OPEN/NON-TIMBER: 3 acres of east side of Chattahoochee River; 7 acres of natural pond;
AGRICULTURE: 79 acres row crop field (sat idle past couple of years) (3 acres of field is under power line.
GAME/HABITAT/RECREATION: The 7 acre natural pond may have enough deeper open water for some fishing and has great duck hunting potential; The Chattahoochee River offers substantial water recreation (fishing, duck hunting, gator hunting, boating, kayaking, swimming, etc.). About 0.8 mile north of the subject property is George W. Andrews Dam, Locke and Lake on the Chattahoochee; about 29 miles north is Walter F. George Reservoir (Lake Eufaula) on the Chattahoochee; and about 39 miles south is Lake Seminole formed by the Chattahoochee and Flint. The 79 acres of fields are a blank canvas for developing that acreage for recreational purposes. Strips or blocks could be planted in pines or hardwood or fruit trees, leaving strategic areas out for food plots and shooting lanes. Or, lease the farming rights, farm it yourself, or apply for pin CRP program (Conservation Use Assessment).
NEIGHBORS: The neighbors are mostly private tracts with a nice mix of timberland and farmland in the immediate area. There are a few smaller parcels with homes in the area, but in private and rural settings. The northwest neighbor and the neighbor across the river in Alabama is the federal government lands surrounding the George W. Andrews Dam and Locke that is about 4800 feet north of the subject property. The dam is not for power production, but is for river navigation. The dam forms George W. Andrews Lake, very riverine in nature and known for excellent fishing. Downstream about 1.8 miles on the Alabama side is Alabama Powers Farley Power plant, in operation since 1977. See attached tax map that shows adjoining parcels.
SOILS: Dominant soil type is Hornsville and Kolomoki fine sandy loam (prime farmland, soil class 2 and 1). The property has an overall 65.6 NCCPI rating. The average NCCPI in Early County GA is 64.1. The National Commodity Crop Productivity Index (NCCPI) is a model that uses inherent soil properties, landscape features, and climatic characteristics to assign ratings for commodity crops. (source: gisandscience . com )
WATER RESOURCES: Well; 1060 feet frontage on Chattahoochee River; 7 acre natural pond. According to seller, the natural pond does not go dry. Historical imagery on Google Earth shows water in the natural pond in every available year. There is a built up road across the pond serving as both road and dam, which helps provide some open deeper water.
LOCATION/ACCESS: 240 feet frontage on graded Lower river Rd. 0.8 miles to pavement, then 1.4 miles to GA Hwy 62.
TOPOGRAPHY: Generally flat.