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Twin Eagles South

WALL STREET JOURNAL Named Twin Eagles as the House of the Day ... then after Receiving the Most Votes, It was Named House of the Week!

  • 115 +/- acres South Portion of Twin Eagles Plantation, SW Georgia Quail Plantation in Dougherty County, Georgia
  • Dry Branch Creek runs through the property
  • Pond, both well stocked
  • Three car garage with 1,000± sf carriage house apartment, unfinished but roughed in
  • Mature Leyland cypresses border the property & giant magnolias grace the grounds around the home
  • Winter training grounds for AKC Dual Champion dogs
  • Located Right in the Middle of the Albany Plantation Belt in Exclusive Tarva Road Location
  • Main house, 5 bedroom, 3,800 sf plus 2,000 sf of porches
    • Extensive millwork
    • Floors & cabinetry are hand-crafted from antique heart pine
    • Water purification system
    • Commercial-grade kitchen appliances
    • Marble and granite surfaces throughout
  • The Entire 715 +/- acre Twin Eagles Plantation is available for $2,995,000
South Portion of a Southwest Georgia Quail Plantation

This is the 115 acre South portion of Twin Eagles Plantation, a Southwest Georgia quail plantation with an "architectural digest quality home". It is located right in the middle of the Albany Plantation Belt in an exclusive Tarva Rd location.

It features a beautiful five-bedroom, 3,800-square-foot main house that boasts 2,000 square feet of porches overlooking the pond. All of the architectural elements of the home, such as columns, millwork, and shutters, are period-correct. The floors and cabinetry are hand-crafted from antique heart pine. The fireplaces, chandeliers and decorative features are 17th to early 20th-century European elements from fine historic homes across the South. The library features Burmese Carved ceilings. The home has a historic feel but blends with modern features such as high-speed internet, state-of-the-art sound system, water purification system, multi-zone climate control, security features, commercial-grade kitchen appliances, copper countertops, large ensuite baths, and marble and granite surfaces throughout. Next to the main house is a three-car garage with a 1,000-square-foot carriage house apartment that is unfinished but roughed in and would be great for guests.

The brick and wrought iron entrance is equipped with a DoorKing electronic gate entry system. Mature Leyland cypresses border the property and giant magnolias grace the grounds. A river rock driveway winds through beautiful pines to the main house. Around the main house, there are nine acres of professionally landscaped grounds with a commercial-grade irrigation system and low-voltage landscape lighting gives a welcoming ambience to the house and grounds at night and provides security. Beyond the manicured grounds and the pond is a quaint bridge crosses Dry Branch Creek, leading to more than 3 miles of beautiful walking trails through the property.

It is only twelve minutes from Southwest Georgia Regional Airport, twenty minutes to Albany and, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is less than 3 hours away via either I-75 or I-85.

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$995,000

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Twin Eagles South

  • 115 +/- acres South Portion of Twin Eagles Plantation, SW Georgia Quail Plantation in Dougherty County, Georgia
  • 3 miles of beautiful walking trails through pines, moss-draped live oaks and duck ponds
  • Located twenty minutes to Albany and only twelve minutes from Southwest Georgia Regional Airport
  • Additional acreage available to total 715 acres
  • Located Right in the Middle of the Albany Plantation Belt in Exclusive Tarva Road Location

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