Fulsome Creek Farm, containing 567.19 acres, has been developed to provide a quality recreational experience in conjunction with timber management for investment. The property is located on Fulsome Creek Road at the intersection of Reynolds Road in Hancock County, one of the quality deer management counties in Georgia, approximately 8 miles northeast of Sparta. The property has a good mix of hardwoods and pines, with approximately 220 acres of hardwoods of which 28 acres are mature upland hardwoods with the remaining being 21 year old regenerating hardwoods, primarily in the bottoms. There are approximately 280 acres in 1999 planted pines and 13 acres in 1988 planted pines. Fulsome Creek flows down the west side and the southern part of the tract and there are two natural duck ponds on the property. Improvements include a new hunting cabin (1000+/- SF) that features a great room with stone fireplace and kitchen area, three small bedrooms each with bunk beds on one side of the great room, and a large bunk room with four sets of bunk beds on the other side. There is one bathroom. The cabin has a metal roof, cedar shake exterior, heating and air conditioning, a large covered front porch (560+/- SF), and is being offered furnished. There is covered storage on each side of the cabin. In front of the porch there is a large stone fire pit and a stone BBQ. Improvements to the property include an extensive road and trail system, and 14 food plots containing 25+/- acres. Each large food plot has a permanent shooting house. Wildlife is abundant on the property including deer, turkeys, large numbers of wood ducks and some big ducks. The property is quality managed. The property has 2244 feet of frontage on Fulsome Creek Road, a county maintained dirt road, according to the 2004 survey. This property is ideal for a family tract or for several partners who are looking to enjoy the outdoors while making a solid investment.