Habitat Bonanza! 729 acres packed with habitat. Private lake, springs, clear creeks, river frontage, rolling red hills, live oaks, natural pine, planted pine, fields and food plots galore, wildlife orchard, river hardwoods, upland hardwoods all on one great property!
This 729 acre Plantation just 19 miles NW of Tallahassee has everything one would expect but with the addition of a neighbor allowing access to an additional 660,000 acres!
729 +/- acre Riverfront Plantation, Gadsden County, FL -- Clear Water 28 +/- acre Private Lake, with Five different Springs Feeding it -- Located less than 19 miles from Tallahassee -- 1.6 +/- miles on Little River -- 140 +/- acre Quail Course w/ Additional quail huntable area --Cracker Style Lakeside Cookhouse -- Legendary Gadsden County Deer and Little River is famous for its Turkeys -- One of the most prolific private trophy bass lakes in Florida -- Wide and Diverse Habitats -- Enormous Moss Draped Oaks and rolling red hills -- River Hardwoods that are a bow hunters dream -- Unique and Beautiful Old Florida Property -- Connected to 660,000 acres of State Forest, National Forest and access including 10,000 acre Lake Talquin
Little River Farms is a 729+/- acre combination riverfront quail and deer/turkey plantation. It features a 28 acre private lake and is located only 24 minutes from Thomasville Road and I-10, making it a year round family and entertaining property. The enormous moss draped live oaks and rolling topography around the lake is classic of this unique and beautiful Old Florida property. Little River Farms has been a noted wildlife property for generations with some of the big bucks and quail hunts its produced are legendary. Its habitats span from the rolling live oak and pine hills to river hardwoods and 1.6 miles on the Little River itself. Its habitats are wide and diverse. Private lake, springs, clear creeks, river frontage, rolling red hills, live oaks, natural pine, planted pine, fields and food plots galore, wildlife orchard, river hardwoods, upland hardwoods .all on one great property!
Little River Farms is a waterfront plantation bonanza! 28 acre Spring Fed Private Lake, 1.6 miles of River Frontage, Spring Creeks Galore. Little River Farms has 1.6 +/- miles of frontage on Little River itself. Little River is one of the most outstanding game corridors in North Florida. Even the first Europeans made note when they crossed the Rio de Palos . Undoubtedly, the signature of the property is the trophy bass producing private lake. (Currently, 15 pounds is the lakes record.) It s huge, beautiful and clear water with five different springs feeding it. This is actually one of the most spectacular man-made private bass lakes in North Florida.
The property has wide and diverse habitats. There are over 30 +/- acres in food plots, feeders and very good wildlife program. The current quail course is approximately 140 acres with additional huntable areas. The river hardwood bottoms are a bow hunters dream. Legendary Gadsden County deer and Little River is famous for its Turkeys. This year-round entertainment property is difficult to reproduce and its convenient location to shopping and restaurants unbeatable. Neighbors include the 11,039 acre Joe Budd Wildlife Management Area which is part of the 17,491 acre Lake Talquin State Forest which are contiguous to the 632,890 acre Apalachicola National Forest. The game flow is unmatchable and recreational opportunities from bike trails, trails to fishing unduplicated.
This lake front and river front plantation boasts broad habitats from quail habitat with vast stands of pines to river bottom hardwoods. Jon Kohler
A cracker style lake side cookhouse makes for a great place to meet and entertain guest. It has a living room with fireplace, kitchen, dining area, and full bath and a screened porch overlooking the beautiful lake. There is also a manager s mobile home, a dog kennel and barn for storing fishing boats and atvs.
This is the first time the property has been placed on the market for almost 50 years. This is an exceptional opportunity to own one of North Florida s prime gentleman s plantations. There is currently no conservation easement on the property. Even though the property itself is mostly buffered from growth due to the adjacent state forest, the area between it and Tallahassee is rapidly growing and it would make a very good conservation easement.
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MLS # 7159
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