Hankins Lake Ranch

Noted as One of the Finest Cattle
and Recreational Ranches in North Florida


OVERVIEW



Featured in Southern Living!

  • 341± Acre Bank-Owned Ranch
  • Noted as One of the Finest Cattle and Recreational Ranches in North Florida
  • Sits Atop One of the Highest Hills in Madison County with Rolling Pasture and Hankins Lake
  • In the Fertile Madison Ranch Belt 6± Miles North of Town
  • Live Oaks Too Numerous to Count
  • Architecturally Excellent 1,573 SF, (1,285 heated/cooled) 3 BR 2 BA Farmhouse w/ Heart Pine Floors, Vaulted Wood Ceilings, Enormous Stone Fireplace, and Dog-Trot to Outbuilding Resembling an Old-Time Kitchen with Appliances and High Quality Décor
  • Matching Morton Horse & Equipment Barn
  • Fenced and Cross Fenced for Modern Range Management
  • Historic Hankins Sink
  • Working Pens, Water
  • 155± Acre in Hay/Pasture
  • In the Fertile Madison Ranch Belt 6± Miles North of Town
  • Second Barn/Office by Entrance
  • Excellent Wildlife, Ducks, Deer, Turkey, Doves
  • 50˝ Acre Cypress Lake

SOLD July 2013


Broker's Comment
Right now there is a 45—50 acre cypress pond. A crew could come in and thin 70% of the cypress in the pond and turn it into a fabulous 40 acre lake. It would be one of the most fantastic lakes in north Florida, and would cost little to do. The lake would be surrounded by Magnolias and Live Oaks.

This is a premier 341± acre ranch with a 50˝ acre cypress lake and ponds. This is one of the most beautiful ranches in North Florida with enormous live oaks, hills, 155± acres in pasture/hayfields, and is cross fenced for the ultimate in cattle management.

There is a new, lightly-used 1,285 sq ft cottage with heart pine floors, a massive fireplace, and sits overlooking the ranch from atop one of the highest hills in Madison County. Extras include a matching Morton barn, an RV barn, and cattle pens. This property is in the fertile Madison ranch belt 6± miles north of town. It is a dream ranch at a dream price.

“Currently, the pasture is being leased out for cattle. The income potential could be more. It depends on what you are going to do with it. Lease it for cattle, hay production, row crop production including peanuts or other commodities, and/or lease the home. If you are going to use it for cattle production yourself, you could control-graze it increasing the number of cattle per acre, no-till additional crops into the fields for higher production such as rye grass & clovers for winter grazing. Summer grazing you could put in additional grazing with millet or precision fertilizing to increase growth in all pastures. I don't see why you couldn't board horses out there. The potential is there and there is some future income which is going to be based on how serious the owner wants to manage their investment, plus it is a beauty place.”

- Madison County Leader

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