Seller willing to divide into three tracts.
East tract: 1,132 +/- Acres- $2,500 an acre
J-Hook tract: 392 +/- Acres- $2,200 an acre
West tract: 1,058 +/- Acres- $1,600 an acre
This beautiful 2,582-acre property lies in southwestern Madison
County in Northern Florida, approximately one mile south of I-10 and
one-half mile east of the Aucilla River.
With the heart of the property only 6 miles from I-10, around 20
miles from Madison, and less than 50 miles from Tallahassee, the
convenience to new owners will be close proximity to city amenities,
shopping, entertainment, and restaurants.
The property is in the process of being converted from timber to
grazing. There is improved pasture on the eastern portion of the
property with the remainders as native pasture interspersed with
natural wetland forest.
The predominant uses for the land include timberland, recreation,
hunting, and pasture for cattle, with roughly 40% of the property in
wetlands. Extensive improvement of the property in recent years,
particularly in the portion east of the Aucilla Fire Tower Road has
resulted in improved pasture, fencing, and the establishment of an
operations area with a mobile home, shop, and cattle pens to support
a cattle operation.
Hunting and recreation opportunities are plentiful for private use or
for hunting leases. The acreage hosts forested areas and wetlands to
foster an abundance of habitats. Over 1.5 miles of the property’s west
boundaries are contiguous with a 760 +/- acre conservation easement
that will ensure protected habitats and populations of game and
natural species. Deer, turkey, quail, and other small game are found,
along with native species of beautiful birds and non-game critters. In
addition, the property is only one mile from the Seven Bridges landing
on the Aucilla River.
The land is easily adaptable to cattle, timber, or hunting operations,
and can be divided for resale, if desired. Potential to divide the
property into smaller parcels (80 acres or greater) is a great option for
the present or the future and is enhanced by the property’s significant
road frontage of 2.5 +/- miles on County Road 150.
Rocky Creek Ranch offers a lot to the owner of this vast acreage.
Native Florida lands, hunting and recreation, income opportunities,
country living with close city amenities, and a variety of current uses
with the potential for development.