The plantation was established in 1843 by Judge James Morton. He prospered there for 68 years and then the R.N. Bray Company managed it for another 84 years! Today, the plantation stands testament to 165 years of excellent timber, land and wildlife management and is renowned as a recreational hunting and aesthetic paradise. Over 2,000 acres (60%) of the plantation is in native ground cover and natural timber!
Located on the Withlacoochee River on the eastern edge of the famous Tallahassee/Thomasville quail belt, it is nearby other famous Brooks County plantations such as Talloakas, Okapilco, Brannville, River Bend, Pinion Point, Kinderlou Forest, Tamathli, Pinckney Hill, Blackwater, and Hickory Head. Just off US Highway 84, it is a convenient drive to Thomasville and less than 15 minutes to commercial jet service from Valdosta, the 10th largest city in Georgia with all the benefits of the I-75 Corridor. The famous 1850’s Greek Revival house makes this one of the few original plantations in existence. This plantation’s access to amenities, infrastructure, river frontage and historical assets gives it enormous higher and better use potential.
This river-front plantation is one of the finest hunting plantations on the market today.