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OVERVIEW

  • 905± acres acres bordering two "A" ranked quail plantations (Ted Turner's 33,000 acre Avalon and Turkey Scratch)
  • Approx 2 miles frontage on scenic Turkey Scratch Rd
  • Very good roll and good northern Jefferson County, Florida soils
  • Per the recent timber estimate, there is $523 per acre in timber
  • Apx 36% wetlands which is the average for properties in this area per NWI data
  • Over 1/2 mile of Raysor Creek
  • Great diversity of timber from mature quail woods to recently planted.
  • 188 acres of mature pine timber, 464 acres of hardwoods, and 240 acres of recently planted pines
  • Extremely good conservation easement play
  • One of the highest quality tracts in this price range in recent memory
  • Great Cattle Conversion
  • Quail woods, hardwoods, open rolling hills, and flowing creeks
  • Great historic road frontage
 
 

CONTACT

Jon Kohler

Mobile: 850-508-2999
jon@jonkohler.com
     

Erica Kohler

Mobile: 850-459-8733
erica@jonkohler.com
   

Raysor Creek Landholding

A+ Location, Prestigious Plantation Address, and Unbelievable Price Adjacent to Ted Turner's 33,000 acre Avalon Plantation and also Legendary Turkey Scratch Plantation

Quail woods, Hardwoods, Open Rolling Hills, Great Soils, and Flowing Creeks. This could be a ranch conversion or a dream hunting property with unlimited big buck game flow.

I first heard great things about this property when I began my career 27 years ago. Its reputation for wildlife, timber, and ranching is well-known and the location is in a great setting and in a great area. It's an honor to be a part of its sale. We are even more proud to be offering it for a quick sale at $1,850/Acre. This property is priced at what we would expect a typical timber property would sell for but without the better soils and premier location, wildlife flow and neighborhood that this property has.

Today's most notable neighbors are Ted Turner's 33,000 acre Avalon Plantation that for two miles lies directly across Turkey Scratch Road and also touches Turkey Scratch Plantation to the southern border. Raysor Creek itself meanders along the eastern edge of the property with several other creeks flowing throughout. The wildlife habitat and diversity on this property is exceptional. The 905+/- acres contains a sample of all of the primary habitats this area has to offer from 172 acres of mature pine timber stands to 253 acres of recently planted (and very well prepared) pines that could be allowed to grow during their highest appreciation age, or simply and quickly converted into farmland/pasture. The hardwood stands are impeccably beautiful and we have seen estimates of the property's timber value at a very respectable $523 per acre.

Per the NWI data, this property is comprised of only 36% wetlands which is the same amount of wetlands as all the great cattle ranches in the area, but this property is only $1,850 per acre (recent finished cattle ranch sales in the area are at $3,000 per acre)!


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"We really like this property, love the neighborhood, and actually considered adding it as an annex to Lick Skillet Plantation if the timing was better. This is the kind of investment we like to see for these types of properties which are former farm and ranch lands that were converted into timber 50+ years ago, with great water, bordering two major plantations, and now priced right to be improved for immediate equity.

There is a good mix of all habitat types including quail woods. We have vendors pricing ponds and other improvements now so that this property can quickly be brought up to high quality status which will increase the value back to what land is trading in this neighborhood which is easily $1,000 per acre more than the ask. Our client set the price for a very quick sale."

– Jon Kohler
850-508-2999


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“At the price this tract is being offered at, it would be ideal for any of the primary land uses in the area. However, to us, because of the quality of the soils, the 425 acres of areas in pine would make an extremely good cattle and farmland conversion with an extremely good wildlife and aesthetic component. The property has much more roll than the maps immediately indicate, and the percentage of wetlands is right in-line with the average for properties in the region.

Finished ranches in the area are selling for $2,900 to $3,500 per acre with almost no timber value and industrial timberland with zero higher and better use, poor soils and poor locations are selling for the price this is offered at. The fact that it is on Raysor Creek which is one of the largest tributaries to the Aucilla River makes a conservation play on the hardwood areas extremely attractive and lets you harvest value without having to cut the hardwoods. The 172 acres in mature timber would make very good quail woods, as well, or great wooded pasture."

– Jon Kohler


Now Available - $2,100 Per Acre

Disclosure:

*Volumes supplied by recent cruise performed by AFM. Stumpage values derived from recent market activity but should be confirmed by purchaser. Each cruise can be certified to each purchaser and will need to pay their pro rata share for their tracts.