Tobannee Creek Farm

$ 1,195,000


Tobannee Creek Farm provides the opportunity to own a recreational hunting property approximately 3.5 miles from one of Georgia’s major reservoirs. Lake Eufala is roughly 45,000 acres and divides Georgia from Alabama on the Chattahoochee River. The deer herd on this property has been strictly managed by the current landowner for the last 10 years. It is common to see a dozen or so deer feeding while relaxing on the back porch in the mornings and afternoons. Several food plots and shooting houses are in place and stands and feeders will be included in the sale. The terrain consists of a rolling topography with several mature hardwood ridges with mast producing trees. Several stands of different age class planted pine timber has been managed by a forester. Tobannee Creek starts on this property and provides intermittent flowing water during wet periods for the wildlife. The house is 6 years old and consists 3 bedroom/2bath. The owners wife put some thought into building what we would call a upscale farm house. One can store, equipment, implements, feed and seed in the enclosed metal barn with covered lean to sides. With over a mile of paved road frontage, the opportunity for division may be a possibility.
No equipment or atv’s are included in the sale.


County: Quitman County, Georgia
  • State: Georgia
  • Property ID 6370
  • Price $ 1,195,000
  • Property Type Farm & Timber, House
  • Property status Sold
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 2
  • Land area 334 Acres
  • County Quitman


Joshua Pfeiffer

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