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OVERVIEW

  • 765 +/- acres in
    Jefferson County, FL
  • Approx ½ mile frontage on the Aucilla River
  • Raysor Creek borders the property to the north
  • Bordered by Middle Aucilla Conservation Area
  • Per the 2015 timber cruise, timber value is approx $631,705 (or $1,148 per acre on the 550 timbered acres). This includes mature hardwoods with value of apx $364,512.
  • Approx 350+/- acres convertible to open pasture
  • Major wildlife corridor off the Aucilla River
  • Good Cattle Conversion, Quail Conversion Property, and Recreational Property
  • Great Neighborhood of large landowners and plantations; in Neighborhood of Turkey Scratch Plantation, Bishop Farms
  • Great soils (Dothan, Pelham, etc)
  • Beautiful Hills; elevations from 100 ft down to 60 ft
  • Frontage on a canopy road, Big Woods Rd, and frontage on Mays Rd
  • Beautiful live oak trees
  • Great roll and great timber
  • Classic live-oak lined road frontage
 
 

Jon Kohler & Associates CONTACT

Jon Kohler

Jon Kohler

Mobile: 850-508-2999
jon@jonkohler.com
     

Erica Kohler

Erica Kohler

Mobile: 850-459-8733
erica@jonkohler.com
   

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Disclosure:

*Volumes supplied by recent cruise performed by AFM. Stumpage values derived from recent market activity but should be confirmed by purchaser. Each cruise can be certified to each purchaser and will need to pay their pro rata share for their tracts.