Chinquapin Plantation, Georgia
Property Types: Waterfront, Plantations, Home, Recreational
- Detached Garage
Perhaps the Best Example of an Equally Balanced Plantation Designed for Entertainment and Outdoor Recreation
Thomasville Plantation With Unique 18,000 sq ft Architecturally Significant Home Built in 1910 by John Archbold, Designed for Entertaining and Recently Updated
Over 5 Miles on the Ochlocknee River Bluffs, and a Rare Abundance of the Area’s Premiere Pristine Hardwoods All within Less than Five Miles to Thomasville
Chinquapin Plantation is a 1,318 +/- acre historic Thomasville Plantation featuring a unique 18,000 square foot architecturally significant home built in 1910 by Standard Oil Company heir, John F. "Jack" Archbold. The home is designed for entertaining and has been recently updated. This beautiful Red Hills Plantation is located in the most prestigious of neighborhoods only five minutes to downtown Thomasville, Georgia and bordered by and in a neighborhood of other plantations. Chinquapin boasts 5.2 miles on the Ockclocknee River with unmatched river bluffs, has a rare abundance of the area’s premiere pristine hardwoods, beautiful rolling topography, and the pine savannah hills are exceptional. The ecotone between the river and the pine uplands is unparalleled and exceptionally beautiful. The plantation has several ponds, giant old live oaks draped in moss, very good soils, pastoral fields, and exceptional timber. The topography at Chinquapin is much more dramatic than what one would expect in the Red Hills; it has incredible draws and rolling hills, a “spectacular roll”. There is wild quail, exceptional deer and turkey, ducks, and dove. With the close proximity to Thomasville, the ability to entertain at Chinquapin is unparalleled. Chinquapin is perhaps the best example of an equally balanced plantation designed for entertainment and outdoor recreation.
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