Jumpie Run Plantation is a beautiful legacy property owned by the same family for the 3rd generation. The 2,644 +/- acre timber plantation is located in the plantation belt of the Red Hills area of North Florida in Jefferson County. Its mixed use combines planted pines with a commitment
to the preservation of the natural beauty for recreation and enjoyment of nature.
The property has unique features of topography, flora, and fauna. Wildlife abounds in natural habitats, making it a notable hunting property with excellent turkey and deer populations. Quail shows good native bird numbers along with habitat for development as an excellent quail hunting property.
The natural ponds provide opportunities for duck hunting, primarily Wood Ducks, and there is a planted field for dove hunting, as well as other sites that could be developed for dove. The plantation offers beautiful views of the rolling countryside of the Red Hills and the lower lands with pine flats and hardwood hammocks.
The property consists of pine plantation and hardwood forests with a number of natural ponds. Jumpie Run Creek flows across the north end before flowing into Wolf Creek to the east. In 1986, the family entered the property into the Conservation Reserve Program with the USDA. Presently, about 600 acres remain enrolled in CRP under a contract expiring in 2017. There are 1,100 acres of planted pine on the property, excluding the strips in the CRP plantings.
The propertys excellent location is central to city amenities with shopping only minutes away. With only 30 minutes to Tallahassee and 30 minutes to Thomasville, GA, social and shopping amenities are easily available! Five minutes to Monticello and seven minutes to I-10 make this location a great weekend get-a-way or a permanent or vacation home! Jumpie Run Plantation is a rare find on the market today. Providing income, nature, and personal enjoyment, it is a great investment for today and into the future.
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