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— ABOUT THE AREA— The Red Hills region of north Florida and southwest Georgia is a distinct American landscape. These private, scenic lands from Tallahassee, Florida to Thomasville, Georgia and from the Aucilla River to the Ochlockonee River, form an ecologically rich area protecting some of the last remnants of great Longleaf Pine forests in our country. This unique area, comprised of approximately 300,000 acres,is home to the largest concentration of traditional quail hunting plantations in the United States.

Experience what The Wright Group can do for you.™ Real Estate Advisory & Brokerage Services 120 East Jackson Street • Thomasville, Georgia 31792 229.221.6680 • 800.734.5973

WRIGHTBROKER.COM

BARNETT

CREEK FOR THE NATURE LOVER OR THE SPORTSMAN


Located just minutes from historic downtown Thomasville—

Barnett Creek flows through the westerly portion of the property and creates amazing plant and animal diversity. Here the tea stained creek winds its way through the

A gated entrance gives way to a century old pecan

property. The steady current has formed deep banks and

grove as you enter the property. Shortly into the

created sandy beaches which lieshaded beneath a

property, the landscape opens into a 14 acre field

canopy of oaks, cypress, and gum trees. This creek

that has been recently planted in slash pine. As

system serves as a corridor for all types of wildlife, most

the property works its way to Barnetts creek, the

notably whitetail deer. Here the understory consists or

change in topography becomes dramatic. This

wild azaleas, palmettos, bay, and holly. The appeal of this

area has been intensively manicured and

tract lies in its extreme versatility. For the sportsman, the

groomed to promote the growth of a large variety

pursuit of dove, quail, turkey, deer, and fishing present

of hardwoods.

tremendous opportunities. For the nature lover, the

The rolling terrain is host to white oaks, red oaks,

diversity of flora and fauna is unmatched for a parcel of

magnolias, hickory, dogwood, as well as mature

this size. For more information and to schedule a tour of

native pines. The abundance of hardwoods and

this unique offering, please contact our office.

associated nut crops creates a perfect habitat for

This 110 acre property is unique in its extreme diversity.

turkey. The addition of a two acre pond provides great recreational and aesthetic value and is

TREE SPECIES FOUND ON BARNETT CREEK

stocked with largemouth bass and native panfish. Alder, Tag; Hazel alder, Alnus serrulata Ash, Green, Fraxinus pennsylvanica Beech, American, Fagus grandifolia Birch, River, Betula nigra Black gum, Nyssa sylvatica Cedar, Eastern red, Juniperus virginiana Cherry; Wild Black, Prunus serotina Chokeberry, Red, Aronia arbutifolia Crape myrtle, Lagerstroemia indica Cypress, Bald, Taxodium distichum Devil's walking stick, Aralia spinosa Dogwood, Flowering, Cornus florida Elm, American, Ulmus Americana

Pine, Pond, Pinus serotina

Hickory, Mocknut, Carya tomentosa

Plum, Chickasaw, Prunus angustifolia

Hickory, Shagbark, Carya ovata

Poplar, Tulip, Liriodendron tulipifer

Holly, American, Ilex opaca

Redbud, Eastern, Cercis Canadensis

Magnolia, Cucumbertree,

Sparkleberry, Vaccinium arboreum

Magnolia acuminata

Sumac, Smooth, Rhus glabra

Magnolia, Sweetbay, Magnolia virginiana

Sweetgum, Liquidambar styraciflua

Maple, Florida, Acer barbatum

Witchhazel, Common, Hamamelis

(Acer sarkleberry, Vaccinium arboreumaccharum ssp. floridanum)

virginiana Florida-privet, Forestiera segregata

Maple, Red, Acer rubrum

Florida anise-tree, Illicium floridanum

Oak, Georgia, Quercus Georgiana

Swampbay, Persea borbonia var.

Oak, Laurel, Quercus hemisphaerica

pubescens

Oak, Live, Quercus virginiana

Slash pine (typ.), Pines elliottii var. elliottii

Oak, Post, Quercus stellata

Cabbage palmetto

Oak, Red, Quercus rubra

Sabal palmetto

Oak, Water, Quercus nigra

Black willow, Salix nigra

Oak, White, Quercus alba

Sassafras, Sassafrod albidum

Pecan, Carya illinoinensis

American basswood, Tilia americana

Persimmon, Diospyros virginiana

Sugar maple, Acer saccharum

Pine, Eastern white, Pinus strobes

Georgia hackberry, Celtis tenuifolia

Pine, Loblolly, Pinus taeda


Located just minutes from historic downtown Thomasville—

Barnett Creek flows through the westerly portion of the property and creates amazing plant and animal diversity. Here the tea stained creek winds its way through the

A gated entrance gives way to a century old pecan

property. The steady current has formed deep banks and

grove as you enter the property. Shortly into the

created sandy beaches which lieshaded beneath a

property, the landscape opens into a 14 acre field

canopy of oaks, cypress, and gum trees. This creek

that has been recently planted in slash pine. As

system serves as a corridor for all types of wildlife, most

the property works its way to Barnetts creek, the

notably whitetail deer. Here the understory consists or

change in topography becomes dramatic. This

wild azaleas, palmettos, bay, and holly. The appeal of this

area has been intensively manicured and

tract lies in its extreme versatility. For the sportsman, the

groomed to promote the growth of a large variety

pursuit of dove, quail, turkey, deer, and fishing present

of hardwoods.

tremendous opportunities. For the nature lover, the

The rolling terrain is host to white oaks, red oaks,

diversity of flora and fauna is unmatched for a parcel of

magnolias, hickory, dogwood, as well as mature

this size. For more information and to schedule a tour of

native pines. The abundance of hardwoods and

this unique offering, please contact our office.

associated nut crops creates a perfect habitat for

This 110 acre property is unique in its extreme diversity.

turkey. The addition of a two acre pond provides great recreational and aesthetic value and is

TREE SPECIES FOUND ON BARNETT CREEK

stocked with largemouth bass and native panfish. Alder, Tag; Hazel alder, Alnus serrulata Ash, Green, Fraxinus pennsylvanica Beech, American, Fagus grandifolia Birch, River, Betula nigra Black gum, Nyssa sylvatica Cedar, Eastern red, Juniperus virginiana Cherry; Wild Black, Prunus serotina Chokeberry, Red, Aronia arbutifolia Crape myrtle, Lagerstroemia indica Cypress, Bald, Taxodium distichum Devil's walking stick, Aralia spinosa Dogwood, Flowering, Cornus florida Elm, American, Ulmus Americana

Pine, Pond, Pinus serotina

Hickory, Mocknut, Carya tomentosa

Plum, Chickasaw, Prunus angustifolia

Hickory, Shagbark, Carya ovata

Poplar, Tulip, Liriodendron tulipifer

Holly, American, Ilex opaca

Redbud, Eastern, Cercis Canadensis

Magnolia, Cucumbertree,

Sparkleberry, Vaccinium arboreum

Magnolia acuminata

Sumac, Smooth, Rhus glabra

Magnolia, Sweetbay, Magnolia virginiana

Sweetgum, Liquidambar styraciflua

Maple, Florida, Acer barbatum

Witchhazel, Common, Hamamelis

(Acer sarkleberry, Vaccinium arboreumaccharum ssp. floridanum)

virginiana Florida-privet, Forestiera segregata

Maple, Red, Acer rubrum

Florida anise-tree, Illicium floridanum

Oak, Georgia, Quercus Georgiana

Swampbay, Persea borbonia var.

Oak, Laurel, Quercus hemisphaerica

pubescens

Oak, Live, Quercus virginiana

Slash pine (typ.), Pines elliottii var. elliottii

Oak, Post, Quercus stellata

Cabbage palmetto

Oak, Red, Quercus rubra

Sabal palmetto

Oak, Water, Quercus nigra

Black willow, Salix nigra

Oak, White, Quercus alba

Sassafras, Sassafrod albidum

Pecan, Carya illinoinensis

American basswood, Tilia americana

Persimmon, Diospyros virginiana

Sugar maple, Acer saccharum

Pine, Eastern white, Pinus strobes

Georgia hackberry, Celtis tenuifolia

Pine, Loblolly, Pinus taeda


— ABOUT THE AREA— The Red Hills region of north Florida and southwest Georgia is a distinct American landscape. These private, scenic lands from Tallahassee, Florida to Thomasville, Georgia and from the Aucilla River to the Ochlockonee River, form an ecologically rich area protecting some of the last remnants of great Longleaf Pine forests in our country. This unique area, comprised of approximately 300,000 acres,is home to the largest concentration of traditional quail hunting plantations in the United States.

Experience what The Wright Group can do for you.™ Real Estate Advisory & Brokerage Services 120 East Jackson Street • Thomasville, Georgia 31792 229.221.6680 • 800.734.5973

WRIGHTBROKER.COM

BARNETT

CREEK FOR THE NATURE LOVER OR THE SPORTSMAN

Barnett Creek Brochure  

109.25 acres off of Stewart Road located in Thomasville, Georgia