This beautiful plantation has it ALL! Built circa 1795, the restored 2 story home is in excellent condition The home has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living room, foyer, sun room off kitchen, and is equipped with central heat and air. The original heart pine floors are in 'mint' condition. Then home is picturesquely situated on a hilltop surrounded by old cedars. The back of the home overlooks soybean and hay fields. Other fields include peanut and dove fields. A total 119 acres is in cultivation. Pine plantations of 242 acres include 92 acres of thinned 17 yr. old trees, 150 acres of 13 yr. old trees, and 190 acres in natural pine and hardwoods. Miles of maintained interior roads allow easy access to all timber stands, fields, and food plots. Amenities include an old dairy barn now being used for tractor and equipment storage. Metal storage shed for tools and equipment. Stocked 2 1/2 acre pond with bream, bass and catfish. The graveled driveway gives easy access to the plantation from Hwy. 231. The property has over 2,200 feet of paved road frontage. Of special interest to the hunter; In 2006, a 172 Boone & Crockett non-typical buck was harvested by Joe Arnold, son of the present owners. That buck is reported to be the larges deer ever taken in Washington County. The Jordan-Pierson Plantation is without a doubt a "hunter's paradise"! Please call Eddie Drinkard, 706-318-3636 for more info. and appointment to see.
From Sandersville, go East on Hwy 24 approx. 15 miles. Turn Right onto Hwy. 231. Cross R/R tracks in Davisboro and continue on Hwy. 231 for 1.5 miles. Property will be on the Right.