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Ben Bostic Road, Quincy, Florida
- Gadsden County
The subject property is comprised of a total of 1,066+/- acres, consisting of: 237+/- acres of active bed areas (open, shade and greenhouses), 60+/- acres of down bed areas, 63+/- acres of ponds (consisting of 5 total pond areas), 237+/- acres of road surfacing and 469+/- acres of undeveloped areas (70+/- acres of hardwood wetlands and 399+/- acres of natural growth pines and hardwoods).
3 Beds | 4 Baths | 2353 sqft
5845 Tyler Ferry Road, Ebro, Florida
- Washington County
Beautiful recreational timber tract with over 1 mile fronting East River which feeds into the Choctawhatchee River. Located just 20 minutes from Panama City Beach and the NW Florida Beaches International Airport, this property has a 3Br 4Ba home with an artesian well feeding into a pool built into the homes deck. This feeds into an area of flooded timber segregated by a dam from Pine Log Creek used in the past to stock for bass fishing. The home has a +/- 15 acre field attached with a pole barn along with a utility building. The property also has a +/- 5 acre spring fed pond with an island full of bass and bream. The timber is a mixture of hardwood, sand pine, and mature slash pine and is contiguous with Pine Log State Forest to the East wh
- Jefferson County
The Ginhouse Pond and surrounding acreage has always been a part of Lyndhurst Plantation. The land that became Lyndhurst and the subsequent Ginhouse Pond was purchased in the early 1840s, before Florida became a State in 1845.
The land was purchased by Col. William Bailey. He and his wife, Eliza, lived a short distance away, while their home was being built. Eliza, as a young girl, had gone to school in Lyndhurst, England. Being so fond of her school years, she and Col. Bailey named their plantation site, Lyndhurst. It was a profitable Plantation, in that cotton and corn were some of the crops that were grown. A structure was built near a pond, in order to process the cotton, hence, the Ginhouse pond. It was also used as a grist mill
Peacock Bridge Road, Marianna, Florida
- Jackson County
The Chipola River tract is a 164.36+/- acre tract located 11+/- miles SE of Marianna, FL. It has approximately 136+/- acres of merchantable pine plantation, 24+/- acres of hardwoods, 4+/- acres of food plots and roads, a spring, 3900+/- of frontage along the Chipola River and 4300+/- feet of frontage along Sink Creek. The Chipola River tract can be divided into 4 tracts that would make an excellent long term investment while you enjoyed a weekend retreat.
New Salem Road, Marianna, Florida
- Jackson County
The Cotton Patch tract is a rectangle shaped 80+/- acre tract located approximately 5 miles southeast of Marianna, FL. It has approximately 40 acres of crop land, 3 ponds and hardwoods. This would make a great hunting tract and Gentlemans farm.