715 +/- acre Shooting Plantation with "Architectural Digest-Quality Home" Bordering Three of Albany’s Most Noted Quail Plantations OVERVIEW - 715 +/- acres Shooting Plantation in Dougherty, County, Georgia. Borders Pinebloom Plantation, Tarva Plantation and Wynfield Plantation. The porperty has a 9 acre pond and a 3.6 pond in front of the main house, both well stocked, and Dry Branch Creek runs through the property. It is located right in the middle of the Albany Plantation Belt in exclusive Tarva Rd location. It is managed primarily for wild bobwhite quail & whitetail deer & also has abundant doves, wood ducks & turkeys. It has a rich and diverse ground cover quail habitat, a very good stocking of timber, great Eco-tones with a lot of edges, a wood Duck Brood habitat pond, and a 6 acre dove field. The Main house, 5 bedroom, is 3,883 sf plus 2,000 sf of porches. The floors & cabinetry are hand-crafted from antique heart pine and the fireplaces, chandeliers, etc come from fine historic homes across the South. The library has a Burmese Carved Ceiling. There is Low-voltage landscape lighting around the house and grounds and a three car garage w/ 1,000 sf carriage house apartment space. There is a brick and wrought iron electronic entrance gate and mature Leyland cypresses border the property & giant magnolias grace the grounds around the home. There are 3 miles of beautiful walking trails through pines, moss-draped live oaks and duck ponds. There is a plantation headquarters, 4,000 square feet (50 x 80) equipment barn/managers office with 24-hour monitored security system and exterior security lighting, furnished manager's office, climate-controlled garage, a Lunch and restroom facilities and shower area, and a large equipment barn with workshop areas. It is located twenty minutes to Albany and only twelve minutes from Southwest Georgia Regional Airport. The property is offered including the equipment. For more photos, maps, and info, visit the full websi
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