1,848± Acres
Calhoun County Georgia

Boggy Creek

ID: 31652
External ID/MLS: 15220 / --
Status: Available
Price: $8,904,000
Acres: 1,848±
Price Per Acre: $4,818
Type: Hunting Land, Recreational Land, Timberland
Address: 664 Live Oak Lane
City, State: Arlington, Georgia
County: Calhoun
ZIP Code: 39813
Presented By: Walter Hatchett
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3


1,848 acres of high-quality very diverse recreational investment tract located in Calhoun County, GA; Located in a designated opportunity zone; 8,080 Sq Ft H/C lodge; 3BR/3.5BA; master walk-in closet; two full kitchens; entertainment area; security system at entrance; 1,020 Sq Ft of two screened porches; 1,092 Sq Ft open porch; 3,799 Sq Ft Carport; furnishings are negotiable; 1,493 Sq Ft H/C cabin; 560 Sq Ft screened porch; 3BR/2BA; 28X65 Fleetwood Manufactured Home; 5BR/2BA; 70X100 Equipment barn, cook house with smoker; Equipment including tractors, planters, discs, fertilizer spreader, box blade, prescribed fire equipment, spreaders, grain drills, walk-in deer cooler; 32 miles to Albany, GA airport; 45 miles to Bainbridge, GA; approximately 50 miles to Dothan, AL; 185 miles to Atlanta; 86 miles to Tallahassee, FL; approximately one-half mile frontage on Hwy 45; Borders Caney Creek Plantation, Pachitla Creek Plantation, and XL Ranch; Good roads throughout, including live oak allees, along with 1.5 miles of frontage on Pachitla Creek, 1.9 miles of frontage on Boggy Creek, including mature hardwoods on both creeks; Managed for trophy deer, turkey, ducks, quail, doves; quality fishing on two separate lakes (approx. 6.5 acres and over 10 acres); Rolling Topography with excellent soils; two 4-inch wells; one 6-inch well; Large spectacular Live Oaks, several hundred mature sawtooth oaks, persimmon trees, plum trees, along with long leaf pine stands and native grasses interspersed with mature hardwood stands; Professionally-managed multi-aged pine timber stands for substantial future revenue; Perfect Social Storm property with security system and auxiliary Generac Power System.Boggy Creek consists of approximately 1,855 acres of very diverse hardwoods with beautiful stands of White Oaks, Live Oaks, mature pine timber, hardwood creek bottoms, with a spectacular over 8,000 Sq Ft lodge built in 2018 that is perfect for entertaining and relaxing with family and friends. This area of Calhoun County offers exceptional trophy deer hunting with your average mature bucks being in the 140-165 Class range with numerous bucks well over 200 lbs. and on occasion scoring over 165. The two separate lakes offer quality fishing and relaxation. There are miles of hiking and riding trails. On one area of the Pachitla Creek you can view, as local historians indicate, rock formations in the creek designed to create deep holes for catching fish from possibly Creek and Choctaw tribes. Boggy Creek is situated in an area of substantial adjoining farm land with high-quality soils, which translates into producing high-quality and quantity deer herds, as well as additional wildlife. The turkey hunting is exceptional with the diverse upland hardwood habitat, as well as the hardwood creek bottoms. Excellent soils and adjacent to large plantations and farms. Boggy Creek is a perfect Social Storm property as well, with security cameras and a Generac generator already in place for use. Boggy Creek is one of the most diverse properties I've had the pleasure of marketing. As you tour the property, you will be in awe as you drive from beautiful stands of mature Live Oaks to beautiful stands of White Oaks, Pine timber stands, along hardwood creek bottoms, and upland hardwood stands. Depending on the type hunting or recreational sport you enjoy, Boggy Creek can be managed for excellent quail habitat, deer, turkeys, and quality fishing. The over 8,000 Sq Ft lodge is excellent for spending time with your family and friends after a successful day of hunting and fishing and story-telling. - Walter HatchettAfter a busy week of life, you will look forward to retreating to Boggy Creek for solitude, privacy, only hearing the sound of nature to become stress-free. - Walter Hatchett Local historians indicate at one spot on the Pachitla Creek, which you can view on one of the hiking trails, rock formations to create deep holes where Indians boxed in fish for catching. This area is said to be one of the regions DeSoto and his party stopped at during explorations, and was once home to tribes of the Creek nation, as well as some Choctaw tribes, evidenced as well of numerous Indian artifacts being found on the property. - Walter Hatchett Many different species of wildlife call Boggy Creek home. Depending on personal management goals, Boggy Creek could be managed to fit your personal desires...whether that's quail, deer, turkey, dove, ducks. - Walter Hatchett

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