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Meadows Place

This could very well be one of the sexiest Small Recreational Hunting Properties in SWGA

  • 99 +/- acre High Quality recreational Property Grady County, GA
  • 50 +/- acres Cultivation
  • Three Ponds - 1.5-acre Pond, 1-acre Pond & .85-acre pond +/-
  • Borders 2,885-acre Refuge on Tired Creek for 1 mile (only duck hunting allowed twice a week)
  • Entire western and northern border is Grady County Lake Authority no-hunting refuge
  • Main House - 2,200 +/- sq ft 4 BR, 3 BA with covered back porch, Garage, saltwater pool & pool house
  • Guest House - 1,640 +/- sq ft 3BR, 2BA
  • Rental House - 1,680 +/- sq ft, 3BR/1BA
  • Tyson Equipment Barn - Large Enclosed 30x30 Shop with two automatic doors along with a lean-to
  • This has the potential to be one of the best small recreational properties in SWGA
  • Beautiful Rolling Topography
  • Located North of Cairo, GA
  • 30 min to Thomasville, GA & 35 Min to Tallahassee, FL
  • This is a property with a Recreational and Income Combo

Bordered on One Side for a Mile by the 2,885-acre Grady Lake Authority which contains the 960-acre Tiered Creek Lake; The Game Flow is Exceptional 

Meadows Place is a 99 +/- acre high-quality recreational property in Grady County, GA. It has 3 ponds, beautiful rolling hills, 50 +/- acres in cultivation, a barn, three homes, income potential, and is bordered by the 2,885-acre Grady Lake Authority. This is an exceptional high-quality property North of Cairo. It is located in a belt of fertile land and is only 30 minutes to shopping and restaurants in Thomasville, GA, and 30 minutes to shopping in Tallahassee's Bradfordville. This is a great opportunity on a high-quality recreational property with an income and recreational combo.

“This property has an income and recreational combo that I rarely see. There are three homes on the property. The two smaller ones can be rented. If the dry-land agriculture fields were planted in Perennial Peanut hay this would provide both income, as well as be great for wildlife. I started planting it 30 years ago on my place and love it. Based on what I am seeing in other clients' places after it is established and harvested, I would expect it to bring in over $34,000. The small house currently rents for $1,050 a month. The White House is expected to rent for $1,200 and the brick home is expected to rent for $2,500. That amounts to an amazing $91,000 per year!” - Jon Kohler

The game flow is exceptional. Meadows Place is bordered for a mile by the 2,885-acre Grady Lake Authority which contains the 960-acre Tiered Creek Lake. There is no hunting on that land; duck hunting is allowed during season, but only on Wednesdays and Saturdays during certain hours.

“Essentially, the 2,885 acres of Tired Creek Lake Authority acts like a modern-day refuge allowing trophy whitetail bucks to reach full maturity. With the entire western and northern boundary of Meadows Place being essentially a state park, it allows a smaller property like this to hunt 10X its size.” - Jon Kohler

There are three ponds and a dock for fishing. The part of the property that is currently under agriculture could easily be converted into great deer habitat, making this an incredible deer property given the neighborhood. This would be a fun, sexy recreational property if taken out of agriculture and used for recreation. I predict too that this property will be regarded as one of the best smaller places where one can consistently harvest trophy whitetails and have guaranteed excellent spring gobbler hunts.

"I really see the vision of what this property could become because of the unimpeded wildlife flow from the adjoining refuge. It would be fun and easy to convert the 50 acres of agricultural lands into world-class wildlife habitat without losing its income potential. One could plant the edges in Georgia Switchgrass, add some shrub structure, then add contours of Perrenial peanut hay for income and nutrition. I would plant two dove fields in the middle.” - Jon Kohler

“As a trophy deer hunter myself, I see an enormous opportunity here. This area is already noted for exceptional whitetail genetics, great nutrition, and a general hunting ethic to “let them grow." When one adds to the fact that this property borders a refuge and 50 acres of prime agricultural land can easily be planted into exceptional habitat. Planting wildlife-friendly crops like Perennial Peanut hay and other food sources could very easily make this one super cool small investment recreational property.” - Jon Kohler

Meadows Place has three homes. The main house is approximately 2,200 square feet with 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, and a large garage.  It has a large covered back porch overlooking a saltwater pool with a pool house.  The guest house is 1,640 square feet with three bedrooms and two baths. The third home is 1,680 +/- square feet with three bedrooms and one bathroom. There is also a large, Tyson equipment barn with a 30x30 enclosed shop with two automatic doors, along with a lean-to.

“I would continue to rent one of the homes for income. The main home is a classic old-school ranch style. It has great bones to it and would make a great camp or lodge.” - Jon Kohler

This property represents a rare opportunity to own a versatile property that combines recreation and income potential.

“Bordering Tired Creek Reservoir and all the great fishing, as well as the three ponds on the property itself truly makes this a year-round recreational property.” - Jon Kohler

Grady Lake Authority Borders as Refuge

Grady Lake Authority Borders as Refuge

This is a very interesting property. In the past, the Grady County Lake Authority purchased most of the hardwood bottoms and leaving the most valuable fields and uplands essentially bordering a State Park.”  Jon Kohler

“When valuing this property what's so interesting to note is that the “fat” has been cut out leaving only the highest quality land. When comparing “apples to apples” a typical SWGA property in this area will have about 25% wetlands or lesser valued land factored into to the overall price per acre. This one does not. If this were an Angus ribeye it would be graded as USDA Prime... When one considers it borders a refuge it would be graded like a $95 Wagyu Ribeye.” - Jon Kohler

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Meadows Place

  • 30 minutes to shopping and restaurants in downtown Thomasville, GA
  • 30 miles to Tallahassee’s Bradfordville area
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