The Sandy Ford property was part of a larger 1,500 Sandy Ford Plantation in 1847-1854. The owner at the time, Richard Harrison, had purchased an additional plantation in Leon County from Louisiana planter David Barrow. The property was named Sandy Ford due to a fording crossing located on the nearby Aucilla River.
88.4 acres in Madison County, Florida
1.4 miles to nearby Honey Lake Plantation Resort
40X60 foot barn with metal roof with overhangs
Abundant wildlife, Madison County is one of the top counties in Florida for Whitetails
Pettis Springs Road gives access to the property from Highway 90
Property has frontage on both sides of Pettis Springs Road
Property includes an additional small wooded duck pond
Open fields with good soils
Good road system
Approx. 35 minutes to Tallahassee and 40 minutes to Thomasville
Approx. 12 miles to Monticello
Eight miles to I-10
The Sandy Ford property located in western Madison County, close to the Jefferson County line, is a beautiful piece of property with rolling topography, open fields, nice hardwoods, live oaks, small pond, great neighbors, exceptional game flow from adjacent landowners and nearby Aucilla River. This property would make for a beautiful homesite for a get-away cabin, small farm or hunting retreat. The property also includes a 4-inch and some additional underground irrigation that the current owner has used for native grass production and other plant nursery irrigation. Great access to I-10, Tallahassee, Thomasville for shopping.
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