$1,100,500   •   301.4 Acres

Now is the time to acquire your own 301.4 +- surveyed acres in Randolph County Ga. This tract is loaded with opportunity to expand your farm, start your own farming operation, or build this tract into a top recreational piece. 59 +- acres of Pecan trees, 130 +- acres of pasture, 40+- acres in cultivation, 3-4 acre pond, and wooded edges for that perfect deer and turkey hunting experience. Contact me today for your qualified showing.LandWhite Oak Pastures and pecans is located just north of the town of Cuthbert, Ga on US hwy 27 in Randolph County. This county is an ideal spot for deer hunters and sporting enthusiast.  This tract is comprised of 301.4 surveyed acres in one rectangle block.  The north east end has an established pond of 3-4 acres, with a brick patio and fireplace overlooking the pond. There is a deep well and power can be restored to this site.  This would make a great location for a permanent structure, deer camp or just a hideaway for the family. This location on the property is surrounded by mature hardwoods with an open understory. The property is accessed from the 4 lane -US Hwy 27 and the road has a break in the median at the gate for easy ingress and egress to the property. The tract is partially fenced and cross fenced from its previous use as cattle ground. Currently, there is a 40 +- acre field in cultivation, 59+- acres of mature pecan trees and 132 +-acres of open ground and pasture. The balance of the property is wooded with various age and species of pine and hardwood. The parcel has great soils for production agriculture on the south end and suitable soils for grazing on the north end. This would be an easy tract to create quail cover for that personal quail course as well as establish some ideal locations for food plots and deer stands. There have been multiple sightings of deer and turkey on this property. Additional factors to consider would be the 4700 feet of US Hwy 27 frontage. This frontage to add value to this parcel in the future ImprovementsImprovements on this tract include a (red steel in concrete pillars) 40 x 80 barn that just needs to be re-skined. There is a deep well close by and power is run into the property. The property is fenced and cross fenced and  the fencing would need a little TLC to securely lock in your livestock. There are some locations for water tanks and the makings of a separation and sorting pen for your animals. RecreationIf hunting is your passion, do not overlook this opportunity. One could hunt deer and turkey as well as create the right cover and habitat for dove and quail. This is a great location for a hunt camp with easy access to the paved road and town. There is room to roam here so bring your 4-wheelers and side by sides and ride all over this tract. As with any rural large acreage tract, the options here are endless for your outdoor enjoyment AgricultureIn addition to the all the hunting and recreational opportunities on this tract, there may be potential to install a full circle pivot to cover the best dirt in the pasture. There are many option to consider when trying to configure the best approach, but with irrigated farm land in very high demand, this addition could add a great yearly income to the mix. According to the USDA Statistical data from 2017, Randolph county ranks number 70 out of  159 in the state for the value of agricultural products sold.  Randolph County ranks number 33 in the state for crop values on the state level and number 1885 out of 3077 on the national level.  The main crops for this area is peanuts, corn, cotton, and other grains. Tillable land is in high demand across the south and it is a stable investment. Convertible farm ground is hard to find in the south.  This farm may be a candidate for some growers to consider. If you are looking for more cattle ground, this farm could also be a candidate to increase your livestock numbers. Pecan growers should take a hard look at this offering with the potential to add an additional 180 or so acres of Grove area taking in the pasture land and tillable land. This tract offers many options for potential buyers to increase and further develop the revenue streams on this farm. SOIL TYPES: Faceville Sandy Loam FeA, FeB Nakin-Cowarts Complex NcB, NcD Henderson gravelly sandy


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