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  • 1,166± acre wild quail plantation in the prestigious Tallahassee/Thomasville plantation belt - Offered Divided
  • Located in Jefferson and Leon Counties, Florida just 12 miles from Tallahassee
  • Site of a Prehistoric Native American City and bordering state park with tallest Indian Mound in the state of Florida
  • Exceptional wildlife and wingshooting
  • 12-acre floodable duck pond across from Lake Miccosukee and additional 3.5 acre floodable duck pond
  • 6-8 quail courses and a selection of fine bird dogs
  • Established trophy deer program
  • 10± acres in excellent bass fishing lakes
  • 6,881 square foot classic revival house built by renowned builder Skip Sheffield in 2009 with matching 975 sf guest house, detached garage, and pool
  • 9 stall horse stable with tack room and office built in 2007, fenced pastures, and several gaited walking horses
  • Improvements include one of the finest kennels in the Red Hills, manager's house, three bedroom lakefront camp house, and equipment barn with office
  • Beautiful moss-draped live oaks, rolling red hills, and creek bottoms
  • Site of Miccosukee Lake Drain; one of the most beautiful natural features in North Florida
  • Lake Miccosukee on north line with some of the highest concentrations of waterfowl in North Florida
  • Proudly one of 165,000 acres of Red Hills plantations under a protective conservation easement
  • A total of 6 additional homes may be added to the current property

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Iconic Quail Plantation with Classic Revival Home

Guest Houses, Stable, Kennel - Turn-Key

1,166 Total Acres, Or May Be Divided
1,289 acres or 818 acres or 907 acres or 471 acres or 436 acres

Oldfields Plantation is located in the beautiful red hills region of North Florida, between Tallahassee and Monticello, across from Lake Miccosukee with frontage on US90. This is an incredible spot for entertaining friends and family both on the plantation and off as it’s less than four miles off I-10, eight miles to Monticello, 25 minutes to FSU, and just 40 minutes up to Thomasville.

This area, with its great water resources and soils, was sought-after by ancient civilizations and was the site of a prehistoric city.