Pachitla Creek Plantation is perhaps the best timber and hunting property on the market in South Georgia, well located west of Albany between the towns of Morgan and Arlington. This beautiful plantation is protected by surrounding large land holdings and a mile of frontage on the Pachitla Creek.
The property is characterized by woodlands with numerous ages of pine plantings and abundant wildlife. An extensive and well-designed road system allows for easy access throughout the property. Improvements include an early 1900’s renovated farmhouse and an enclosed farm shop with open bay equipment storage.
The Pachitla Creek flows into the Ichauway-Nochaway Creek and then into the Flint River. The lands along these creek systems hold tremendous wildlife of all species native to South Georgia. Fishing in these beautiful streams is exceptional. This particular property has been a wildlife sanctuary for many years with excellent deer and turkey populations.
Present timber value is approximately $2.5 million. Due to the substantial amount of merchantable timber the property can provide a buyer with multiple opportunities. One can simply engage in managing the high volume stands of timber, or thin the timber as desired for quail hunting, or have a combination plan for timber and trophy deer management.
Pachitla Creek Plantation lies within the Albany hunting plantation community and in proximity to Nochaway, Deer Run, and Caney Creek Plantations, three of the area’s finest hunting properties.