The Gilbert Tract is uniquely diverse in land use, vegetative cover, and topography. Canopy roads traverse through mature woodlands of white oak, magnolia, beech, loblolly, and longleaf pine. The Gilbert Tract is rich in history and family tradition of growing tobacco, cattle, and timber. There are approximately 30 acres of pastures and fields and 60 acres of mature timberland that includes two creeks and the associated slope forests. Mature longleaf pines occupy the southern hill. Recreational opportunities are abundant with large deer and turkey populations in the area. Easy access, yet rural and secluded. This is a must see property.
Located in northeastern Gadsden County, less than 4 miles from Quincy, Florida, less than 2.5 miles from the Quincy airport, and approximately 20 miles from Tallahassee, Florida.
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