The Harvey Day Tract is currently a productive timber tract, but has the potential to be so much more. There are a number of residential properties and small subdivisions in the immediate vicinity and the size and shape of this tract would lend itself well to future development. The tract is less than four miles northeast of Thomaston, has significant road frontage along SR 36 (Barnesville Highway) and has a woods road that provides good access into the center of the property. The back of the property supports 28 acres of 31 year old planted loblolly pine that has been thinned and is growing into sawtimber. The front portion supports a 41 acre stand of 20 year old planted loblolly. A stand of mature natural hardwoods makes up the east boundary overlooking an attractive creek bottom with large natural hardwoods. Deer and turkey are found on the property but it has not been hunted actively for several years.
From downtown Thomaston, take State Route 36 northeast towards Barnesville. The tract is on the right about 3.8 miles from the Thomaston Square.
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