Located just minutes from historic downtown Thomasville, this 110 acre property is unique in its extreme diversity. A gated entrance gives way to a century old pecan grove as you enter the property. Shortly into the property, the landscape opens into a 14 acre field that has been recently planted in slash pine. As the property works its way to Barnetts creek, the change in topography becomes dramatic. This area has been intensively manicured and groomed to promote the growth of a large variety of hardwoods. The rolling terrain is host to white oaks, red oaks, magnolias, hickory, dogwood, as well as mature native pines. The abundance of hardwoods and associated nut crops creates a perfect habitat for turkey. The addition of a two acre pond provides great recreational and aesthetic value and is stocked with largemouth bass and native panfish. Barnett Creek flows through the westerly portion of the property and creates amazing plant and animal diversity. Here the tea stained creek winds its way through the property. The steady current has formed deep banks and created sandy beaches which lie shaded beneath a canopy of oaks, cypress, and gum trees. This creek system serves as a corridor for all types of wildlife, most notably whitetail deer. Here the understory consists or wild azaleas, palmettos, bay, and holly. The appeal of this tract lies in its extreme versatility. For the sportsman, the pursuit of dove, quail, turkey, deer, and fishing present tremendous opportunities. For the nature lover, the diversity of flora and fauna is unmatched for a parcel of this size. For more information and to schedule a tour of this unique offering, please contact our office.