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— OVERVIEW —
of Morton Bray Plantation

  • 3,500 +/- total acres Historic Plantation
  • Famous 1850’s Five-Column antebellum Greek Revival home and grounds designed by John Wind English
  • $3,921,853, approximately $1,235 overall per acre, in timber per the 2017 timber estimate
  • One of the largest stands of intact wiregrass & longleaf pin in the Red Hills Region
  • 1 +/- mile on Withlacoochee River
  • 3 +/- miles on Okapilco Creek
  • 1 +/- mile on Piscola Creek
  • 1,600 +/- acres of native groundcover and mature natural pine
  • 1,100 +/- acres of old field ground and merchantable pine
  • 400 +/- acres of exceptionally pristine hardwood bottoms
  • Established in 1843 by Judge James Morton; he prospered there for 68 years then the R.N. Bray Company managed it for 84 years!
  • In the Tallahassee/Thomasville Plantation Belt near other famous Brooks County plantations such as Talloakas, Okapilco, Brannville, River Bend, Pinion Point, Four Oaks, Kinderlou Forest, Tamathli, Pinckney Hill, Blackwater, Hickory Head & King Place.
  • 350 +/- acres of agricultural fields and food plots
  • Record timber value, with one of the most intensively stocked, privately owned stands of natural timber in the southeast
  • Frontage on US HWY 84 & Madison-Quitman Highway
  • Access to amenities, infrastructure, zoning, comparables, river frontage and historical assets gives it enormous higher and better use potential.
  • There is currently no conservation easement in place. This could prove to be one of the most significant conservation easement donations in Red Hills history.
  • Only 30 min to Valdosta & 35 min to commercial airport in Valdosta, the 10th largest city in GA & Only 35 min to the Thomasville Airport
  • One of the most diverse eco-systems on any plantation in the Red Hills

3,500 +/- Acres
Now Available
$3,800 PER ACRE

 

CONTACT

Jon Kohler

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