A large recreational tract with timber value, significant water source, and miles of interior roads. A 'Hunter's Paradise' with numerous wildlife food plots for the plentiful deer and small game. Family owned and well managed timberland offers investment opportunities
Numerous wildlife food plots attract trophy bucks, abundant turkey and small game on this large tract. Buck Creek is a major Schley County waterway and flows 2 miles through the property with several cross over bridges. Approx. 500 acres of mature hardwood bottom land makes excellent deer and turkey habitat. Miles and miles of interior roads give access for hunting, ATV riding and timber management. Family owned, the 585 acres of timberland has been well managed with merchantable planted pines. 110 acres of 5 yr. old loblolly pines on Stewart Road portion of tract. Located only 1.5 miles off 4 lane US 19.
Map & Boundaries
From I-75 going South, take Exit 149 (Byron), go Hwy. 49 to Fort Valley then Hwy. 96 to Butler, then US 19-Hwy. 3 South approx. 16 miles. Turn Right on Hwy. 240, go 1.5 miles, property begins on left and continues for approx. 1.2 miles. From Ellaville, go North on US 19 approx. 4 to 5 miles, turn left on Hwy. 240, go 1.5 miles, property on left