Now Available – Turkey Creek Plantation
2707+/- Acres Grady County, Georgia
- Offered DIVIDED and as a WHOLE in SIX (6) Tracts Ranging in Size from 109 to 1,041 Acres.
- Extensive Frontage on Pristine Turkey & Tired Creeks
- Intensively Managed Upland Quail Habitat Exhibiting the Classic Red Hills Region Aesthetic
- Astounding Diversity with Old Growth Hardwoods, Mature Pines, Interior Fields, Numerous Stocked Ponds, Wildlife Food Plots, and Multiple Age Class Planted Pines.
- Exceptional Hunting for Whitetail Deer, Wild Quail, Turkey, Dove, and Ducks as well as Excellent Fishing
- Located in Highly Desirable South Grady County Minutes from Historic Thomasville, Tallahassee, and Cairo.
- Incredible Access with Miles of Paved County Road Frontage, Canopy Dirt Roads, Gated Entrances, and an Unbelievable Interior Road System.
- 1828 Dog Trot Style Log Cabin Documented as the Area’s Oldest Known Structure
- Extremely Rare Recreational, Investment Properties with the Diversity and Aesthetics of Larger Area Plantations.
- Offered Exclusively by The Wright Group
- Priced at $14,685,475 ($5425/acres) as a Whole. Contact The Wright Group for Individual Tract Pricing
Turkey Creek Plantation, located in Grady County, Georgia, epitomizes the classic southern landscape that has come to define the Red Hills region. Steeped in history, a large portion of the original property was homesteaded in 1828 by the Sasser family. A dog trot style log cabin dating back to this year still exists on the property and is documented to be the area’s oldest known structure still in existence. Today, Turkey Creek exhibits an extraordinary amount of diversity given the wide array of habitat, topography, timber types, and overall land uses. The upland components depict the traditional quail woods for which the area is known, with established mature longleaf, short leaf, and loblolly pines along with native grasses and ground cover. Over the last 50 years, Turkey Creek has been thoughtfully and carefully managed with an emphasis on timber resulting in mixed age classes of pines found throughout, which not only provides cover for wildlife but also creates staggered income streams.
Turkey Creek is named for the large creek system that flows through the property. Turkey Creek and Tired Creek converge on the property and the deep sandy banks, tannic colored water, and old growth hardwoods and cypress along this corridor create an awe inspiring, pristine riparian landscape. Equally impressive are the ecotones or transitions between the upland and lowland areas. These steep ridges containing specimen white oak, spruce pine, beech and hickory trees, provide dramatic vistas across and into the creek bottoms below. Numerous ponds can be found throughout the property and all are well stocked for added recreation.
These vastly different land types create exceptional habitat for the prolific wildlife that abounds on Turkey Creek. A healthy population of quail can be found in the uplands while deer and turkey thrive in the cover of the pines and the plentiful mast crop of acorns in the creek bottoms. The multiple ponds, deep creeks, and areas of flooded timber, are a natural draw to thousands of wood ducks. Numerous fields are found across the property and historically have been farmed or planted for dove fields.
Given the unique blend of habitat, the significant timber resources, and plentiful wildlife, Turkey Creek is a perfect example of a recreational, investment property. The coveted location and classic aesthetic is almost unheard of for individuals seeking smaller properties that contain all of the attributes of a much larger plantation. The diversity contained in each individual tract is a rarity and almost impossible to replicate. True legacy properties of this nature are few and far between in todays marketplace making Turkey Creek Plantation, whether divided or as a whole, a once in a lifetime opportunity. Contact our firm for more information on this exclusive offering.