Miccosukee Hills Plantation, consists of 807+/- acres, and represents one of the most unique real estate offerings in the Red Hills Plantation belt. The property was formerly part of Loveridge Plantation and offers incredible terrain and wildlife diversity. A gated entrance gives way to an oak avenue that meanders through the property and offers breath-taking vistas of the dramatic elevation changes. The rolling pastures are well suited for equestrian activities and also provide incredible home sites. Multiple water features exists on the property and include a 10 acre fully stocked lake and 4 additional stocked ponds. The wildlife component of the property is incredibly well rounded. Mature longleaf pines and wiregrass understory provide excellent habitat for bobwhite quail, while the open fields attract dove by the thousands. Healthy deer and turkey populations also exist on the property. Miccosukee Hills Plantation is in close proximity to its namesake- Lake Miccosukee. This gives the property tremendous potential for the creation of a first class plant and flood duck impoundment. Another interesting feature is the Famous and Historic Tree Nursery located on the property. The nursery includes specimen trees from historic properties such as Magnolia’s from Robert E. Lee’s home, Overcup Oaks from Abraham Lincolns birthplace, and Pecan’s from the Alamo to name a few. These trees have been transplanted throughout the property to create impressive entrances and avenues. Miccosukee Hills Plantation has excellent road frontage on all sides of the property and is completely fenced with nine gated entrances. This is an extremely rare property that embodies all the amenities the Red Hills has to offer.