Wilcox Gregory Farm

$ 948,000
Sold

Description

Located in the center of Georgia and big buck country, the Gregory Farm has not changed hands in over 60 years. Property offers mature planted pine timber that can be thinned immediately for return on your investment. Dry farm land that brings in annual income. As well as mature hardwood bottoms with mast producing oaks to bring in and hold deer and turkeys. The southwest corner has a wet weather pond that could possibly hold ducks for the wing shooter as well as a water source for wildlife. Surrounded by many large landowners that practice quality deer management. The gun hunter could put box stands on the farm fields as well as the several food plots in place. A couple of the food plots are set up like a bow hunters dream. When visiting the property we saw a large flock of turkeys. Currently planted in cotton this year but could only imagine what a dove shoot would be like in a year planted in peanuts or sunflowers. Call broker Josh Pfeiffer for a showing. Showing by appointment only.

Location

County: Wilcox County, Georgia
  • State: Georgia
  • Property ID 8326
  • Price $ 948,000
  • Property Type Farm & Timber
  • Property status Sold
  • Land area 243 Acres
  • County Wilcox

Contact

Joshua Pfeiffer

Property Agent
478-258-4255
afieldandfarm@gmail.com
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