Butler Mini Farm is a unique timberland property ideally suited to the buyer seeking diversified attributes that include:
- 30 acres of 29-year-old planted pine plantations
- 35 acres of recently harvested pine plantations and food plots
- All upland and well-drained soils suitable for reforestation or conversion to other uses
- Excellent road frontage on Melody Lane
- Good neighborhood with long-term ownership of adjoining properties
- Very private location near Butler, Georgia
- High populations of quality deer and turkey providing additional opportunities for recreational hunting or income from hunting lease
- Gated entrance along quiet Melody Lane
- Excellent road network throughout the property
Butler Mini Farm is located just five minutes south of Butler, the county seat of Taylor County. Taylor County is a diverse agrarian community with peach and pecan orchards, attractive farms, and productive timberland. The Fall Line, one of Georgia's most remarkable geologic features, runs from Columbus to Augusta separating the Piedmont region from the Coastal Plain region. The Fall Line runs through the middle of Taylor County. Butler Mini Farm is located just south of the Fall Line in the upper Coastal Plains, with some of the best soils for agriculture and timber production in the county. The “Fall Line Freeway” (Hwy 96/540) is a five-minute drive from the entrance to the property. Highway 19 is also just a three-minute drive from the entrance. The tract and wildlife are influenced by its proximity to the Flint River Basin, which is famous for trophy white-tail deer and turkey.
Butler Mini Farm is accessed from county-maintained Melody Lane. The property is accessed through county-maintained Melody Lane. There is one well-maintained and attractive gated entrance to the property from this road. There are numerous roads throughout the property that give access to all parts of the property. Electric power can be provided by Flint EMC from Melody Lane.
Butler Mini Farm greets you with stately stands of 29-year-old pines on gently rolling terrain. These stands make up 46 percent of the total acreage. The remaining acreage of the property has been harvested and suitable for reforestation or conversion to agricultural uses, with multiple home sites available. The terrains vary from level to gently rolling hills.
Butler Mini Farm features significant merchantable timber in the 29-year-old plantations, which have been selectively thinned to produce saw timber and poles. Estimated timber volumes are in the property report.
Directions to Land
To access the tract from the intersection of the Fall Line Freeway (Hwy 96/540) and Hwy 19, just south of Butler, Georgia, take Hwy 19 South to Allmon Road. Take Allmon Road and travel 0.9 miles to Melody Lane. Take Melody Lane and travel one mile to the gated entrance to the property.
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