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Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation
Peacock Plantation

Overview


  • 1,471± acres Historical Quail Plantation on Famed Warrior Creek, Colquitt County, GA
  • 42 miles from Thomasville, 27 miles to Sylvester, 20 miles to Tifton and I-75
  • Located 14 miles from Moultrie, the third largest city in SW GA
  • One of the most beautiful and diverse plantations in SW Georgia
  • 9± acre Pond, 3.5± acre pond, and three additional approx. 1.4± acre ponds
  • 2.75± miles on Warrior Creek
  • 213± acres cropland
  • 2,600 sq ft Lodge 3 BR/4 BA
  • Frank McCall home. Built “Georgia Cracker” vernacular
  • Lodge accommodates up to 10 guests
  • Managers house, 3 BR/2 BA
  • Sharecroppers house 2 BR/3 BA
  • Three barns, two sheds
  • Kennel
  • Exceptional deer and turkey
  • Warrior Creek is noted for producing exceptional game flow and excellent genetics
  • This is a quail plantation with very well groomed courses
  • Very good waterfowl including a duck pond
  • Located only 19 miles to Tifton, 42 miles to Valdosta, and approx One hour from Thomasville, GA
  • 16 different soils on the property; Four soils are indicated “prime farmland”; six are designated “farmland of state wide importance”
  • Warrior Creek is one of the most prolific wildlife river corridors in SW Georgia
  • This Plantation is Indicative of Scattered Plantations not in the Heart of any of the Main Belts; These Properties are Superlative

 



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