Leon County, Florida⁞2410± ACRES
Red Hills Wild Quail Plantation Located Not Only on the Prestigious Florida Side of the Plantation Belt, But also Located in Northeast Tallahassee
- 2,410 Acre North Florida Wild Quail Plantation
- Historic Property on the Florida Side of the Famous Red hills Plantation Belt
- 49 +/- acre Showplace Lake and a 4 +/- acre Lake
- Borders and Originally Part of Chemonie, also borders Woodfield Springs
- Lakefront Main Lodge Built in 2008
- Carriage House and Guest Cabin
- State-of-the-Art Post & Beam Constructed Horse Stables
- 11 Stalls and Six Fenced Pastures
- Partially High-Fenced
- Miles of Road Frontage & Stained Four-Board Fence
- Located on Canopied Road
- Cultural & Shopping Opportunities & Commercial Airport in Tallahassee
- Future Higher & Better Use
- Landscaped Gated Main Entrance
- Paved and Landscaped Drive to Main Lodge
- New Dog Kennels
- New Detached Lakefront Executive Home-Office
- Riding Ring with Jumps
- Main Equipment Barn with Manager's Office, Two Silos and Two Add'l Enclosed Utility Barns
Featuring a Spectacular 50 +/- acre Lake, Recently Rebuilt, One of the Largest Lakes on any Red Hills Plantation
One of the Red Hills' premier historic plantations is now available. Valhalla has been adored by an elite line of owners over the past two centuries.
The Red Hills between Thomasville and Tallahassee and the lifestyle dedicated to quail and conservation is unique to anywhere in the world. Valhalla is strategically located just 20 minutes to shopping and restaurants in Tallahassee’s Bradfordville, just 20 minutes to shopping and restaurants in Tallahassee’s Market Square, and 30 minutes to Thomasville, Georgia. Valhalla is in the midst of the rolling, clay soils and piney woods of the Red Hills; an area that is sought-after for its quail habitat and is still home to the largest concentration of plantations in existence; approximately 120.
Valhalla's 2,410± acres are part of what was originally Chemonie. The Indian word for "pleasant land," Chemonie was established by Hector Braden who sold to George Noble Jones and wife Mary Savage Nuttall, who also owned El Destino. A cotton plantation at that time, Chemonie later was sold and evolved into one of the Ingall family's quail hunting properties. The Ingalls and their partners, the Irelands, to this day still own some of the top plantations in the Red Hills.
Several years ago, Valhalla underwent one of the most extensive modern habitat restoration programs spear-headed by the noted plantation landscaper and habitat expert, Lee Stuckey. With new, very well-appointed improvements, Valhalla is an ideal opportunity to own an established, wild quail plantation with a Florida address, and has an exceptional "higher and better use" potential. In this regard, less than a half dozen other plantations share this same unique benefit.
What separates this plantation investment from others is that it is now one of less than a half-dozen undeveloped tracts of land in highly desirable northeast Leon County. This is one of the top opportunities in recent memory for a plantation in the 2,400-acre range!