Kentnor Springs is located in southwest Georgia just north of the Florida state line. This 117 +/- acre tract is fenced and cross-fenced to accommodate a small herd of registered Angus along with the amenities necessary to support the herd that grazes on 45 acres of pasture, some of which is planted in perennial peanuts, a favorite of cattle and deer. As an extra bonus, when the small yellow blossoms of the perennial peanuts appear they become a favorite of wild turkeys too. Needless to say game is abundant and seven strategically placed game food plots further enhance the hunting experience!
The current owner has renovated the home-site by completely remodeling the existing inside rooms as well as adding additional rooms onto the house all the while maintaining the integrity of the existing structure. A great patio with gas and charcoal grills located near the shade of a magnificent oak tree that touts a large double swing makes this the perfect tract for relaxation and recreation. The beautiful spring-fed seven acre shared pond is stocked with bass and bream and has a depth of 24 feet.
Forty-four acres of planted pines, rolling topography, and hardwood bottoms round out this managed property for everything from hunting and fishing to cattle and horses. Georgia Highway 241 provides over 1,300 feet of paved road frontage and access to the tract.