Flint River Ranch, Georgia
Property Types: Vacant Land, Ranches, Waterfront, Plantations, Recreational, Timber Land
Riverfront Recreational Ranch and Cattle Investment
This 407 +/- acre high quality cattle and recreational property boasts over 1 +/- mile on the Flint River in Pike County, Georgia. This is one of the dominant riverfront properties in the area and formerly a portion of a vast Three Trees cattle empire. Looking even further back at past landowners, the original homestead is still standing, one can feel and see the evidence of past landowners’ regard and contributions to improving this unique property. Today, the property is in crossroads between being a high-quality recreational property, a trophy cattle ranch or combination of the two. It has exceptional attributes to be either.
The rolling terrain, fields, hardwoods and water are exceptional for a property of its size. The diversity of tree species is well noted on this portion of the Flint River, above the Fall Line. Scattered pecans add to the 1950’s old farm and feel. Both hard and soft mast producing trees provide exceptional wildlife habitat Past generations of landowners spent a fortune, sweat and tears improving this property. The oak lined drive and site of an old homestead remains (currently in disrepair), reminding us of a time when this lands resources provided a family’s livelihood. In more modern times, extensive cross fencing and waterlines have been installed providing cattle water throughout the pastures. As it’s situated now, the property contains 85 +/- acres of highly improved pasture - hay ground (140+/- acres and could greatly be expanded) surrounded by native grass/blackberry/plum edges and exceptional upland hardwood pine habitat (190 +/-acres). The wealth of timber here should not be understated. This area of the Flint River is well regarded as some of the most diverse hardwood areas in the State. There is a 1.6 +/- acre man-made pond and a 5.5 +/- acre natural wetland frequented by waterfowl. The Rocky Ford Branch Creek flows along the north property line and its confluence with the Flint.and add spectacular fall colors.
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