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  • 184 Acres in Decatur County, Georgia just 35-40 minutes from Tallahassee, Florida
  • Nearly one mile on the famed Attapulgus Creek
  • End-of-the-road
  • Pristine, end-of-the-road location in a nice, prosperous ranching/farming area.
  • Very private and borders all large landowners.
  • Controls very good age class deer and turkey; Little-to-no neighboring hunting pressure
  • Exceptional three-bedroom cabin, pine throughout
  • Established QDMA program bordering trophy program
  • Nice rolling topography
  • Historic stage line from Bainbridge to Tallahassee used to pass through this property
  • Improved roads
  • Food plots
  • Super soils, very good roll
  • Several "condo stands" throughout property
  • Incredible wealth preservation property


Jon Kohler

Jon Kohler

Mobile: 850-508-2999

Walter Hatchett

Walter Hatchett

Mobile: 850-508-4564

Four C's West

A Classic Gentleman's Farm with Nearly One Mile on the Attapulgus Creek, Cabin, Exceptional Timber, Great Rolling Hills, and Located in a Pristine, End-of-the-Road Location Just 35-40 Minutes from Tallahassee, FL

Four C's West is a beautiful, 184+/- acre property with nearly one mile on the famed Attapulgus Creek located on the Florida state line just 35-40 minutes from Tallahassee. This property has a very well-managed stand of timber, burned on an annual basis, with a well-established big buck program. The hardwood bottoms along the Attapulgus Creek are beautiful and pristine. The banks of the creek, itself, are fairly high and accessible, with good fishing.

Four C's has a classic three-bedroom two bathroom lodge with an open floorplan, and nice woodwork throughout. There's a screened-in back porch and a wonderful rocking porch off the front. Adjacent to the lodge is a small garage and carport and a screened-in deer skinning room.

Four C's has an end-of-the-road location, bordered by large neighbors. The area has a safe and clean "Mayberry" feel as you make your way to the Four C's front gate.

There is a very good road system. The seller extensively restored old Jamison Road, which was once an old horse-and-wagon road that was traveled by merchants between Bainbridge and Tallahassee. The road has since been closed and is owned outright by the seller. From the piney uplands down to the hardwoods along the creek, the property is well-stocked with trees.

The seller has followed QDM management bordering trophy management. There are several nice 'condo' stands with windows and heaters throughout the property. The turkey hunting on this property is fabulous and there are a good number of quail and ducks.

Under Contract