466.5+/- Acre Mini Plantation Located in the Red Hills Plantation Belt AND has a Very Valuable Leon County, Florida Address
A Lake, Frontage on Panther Creek, Excellent Topography, and Beautiful stands of mixed pines and mature live oaks
Green Hills is in the center of the Red Hills Plantation belt, on the desirable Florida side of the line, and in Leon County which creates excellent “higher and better use” value. These 466.5+/- acres have been in the same family for several generations and were owned by patriarch, T.S. Green. T.S. Green Road “the Lake Road” runs through some of North Florida’s historic quail plantations, such as Sunny Hill Plantation, Norias, Miccosukee Hills, and Meander, and is named for this prominent local landowner and businessman.
The property has frontage just south of historical, unincorporated Miccosukee on Highway 59, as well as frontage on Miccosukee Road. Miccosukee Road is home to several other historic quail plantations including Woodfield Springs, Chemonie, and Valhalla.
Available for the first time in approximately 100 years
This ‘mini plantation’ is nestled between Chemonie and Valhalla, Ring Oak, and Woodfield Springs
Green Hills has a 2.5+/- acre lake, over a half-mile of frontage on the sandy-bottom Panther Creek which eventually drains to Lake Miccosukee, beautiful rolling topography, and nice stands of mixed pines and mature live oaks and hardwoods. There is a beautiful hilltop hay field (approximately 10 acres) that would be a gorgeous fenced pasture.
A little secret about this special property . . . some of FSU's first Renegade horses were boarded here!
There is an existing tenant house near the lake, a barn and a new covered pole-shed.
The old Florida Central Railroad ran between Thomasville, Georgia and Fanlew, Florida, a small timber sawmill establishment in southern Jefferson County, and in fact passed through Green Hills, from 1908 through the mid 1940’s. Today, you can still see where the land was built-up for the track bed.
“Green Hills is located in very prestigious northeast Leon County. This is a prime area for higher and better use with some of the finest neighborhoods nearby such as Woodland Hills, Magnolia Hills, and Centerville Conservation. There is currently no conservation easement on this property. This prime location commands premiums, but so would the conservation easement diminution of value!”
– Jon Kohler
Green Hills is Now Available for