The 122 +/- acre Cotton Boat Shoals Tract is a newly listed property with a cabin, located on the beautiful Flint River in Dougherty County, Georgia. It offers approximately 0.6 miles of river frontage on the west bank. Upriver from the property is Dougherty County and State of Georgia owned river green space, and just two parcels downriver is Ted Turner’s famous Nonami Plantation, then Blue Springs Plantation, and then the Melons Pineland Plantation. This very well could be your last chance to purchase coveted Flint River land, especially in Albany’s quail plantation district, famous not just for fine quail hunting, but also huge bucks and gobblers.
The 252 Acre Kiokee Preserve, located in Terrell County, Georgia, is a truly rare find. Once part of beautiful Ecila Plantation, this fine tract can be seen on Rena Divine’s 2001 Plantations of Southwest Georgia painting. Kiokee Preserve is in a prime location, surrounded by superior properties. Just west and southeast is Albany’s famed quail plantation belt, and the neighbor to the north is a 1000 acre well-managed working farm (Matthew Estate). To the south are the fine homes and neighborhoods of the affluent Doublegate Country Club area of northwest Albany. This is a great opportunity to purchase a quality hunting property, offering tons of privacy, and plenty of development potential for the new owner.