Situated near historic landmarks and far enough away from the hustle and bustle of the city lays an unparalleled 72-acre retreat for those seeking privacy, acreage, and long views over their gently terraced pastures. Once you've entered the farm past the white board fence and gated entrance you gradually ease through the first bahia pasture approaching the first of two spring fed ponds. Surrounded by various species of oaks the one acre pond holds an abundance of life from wood ducks to fish as well as the Brown Thrasher song birds that can be seen swooping down into the pond.
Not only do the ponds and multiple fields offer breathtaking views, but also the populous and manicured loblolly pine stands that respectively overlook the farms entirety offer the ideal spot for your own dream estate. Already installed is a 170 foot drilled well and underground power so as not to interfere with the properties stunning vistas. This makes it convenient for you enjoy your property the day you purchase it.
For approximately 1500 feet Factory Creek flows amongst the grand oaks offering nearly a twenty acre cathedral style hardwood bottom on the back of the property. The grounds that make up this spectacular property have been maintained in a conservation easement as well as a bird and wildlife sanctuary.
History - The current owners purchased this property in 2012 and then began their fruitful journey of restoring this property back to its original old growth beauty. By removing all types of invasive plant species as well as maintaining a continuous blue bird trail this property appears as it would when the Indians roamed the land. Various points and quartz arrowheads have been found on the property to include the neighboring historic landmarks such as the historic Quaker village of Wrightsboro. This prestigious farm offers buyers a chance to step into a tranquil environment and enjoy all the beauty nature has to offer.
From I-20's Exit 160, travel North on East Cadley Road (Warren County Road 185) about four miles into the Cadley Community.
Pass Reynoldsville Road and Mayo Road on your left.
Pass New Providence Baptist Church on your left.
Pass Dozier Road on your right
Pass Indian Hill Road on your left (Warren County Road 123).
Immediately after passing Indian Hill Road, East Cadley Road becomes Georgia Highway 80 North. Stay straight like you're going to Washington.
Go about one quarter mile further and see 300 feet of white wooden fence on your left with a green steel gate.
If you pass Shiloh Baptist Church on your left, then you've gone too far North.
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