Dellwood Forest is 120 acres of productive soils well-placed in northeast Jackson County near the sought-after Dellwood community. The property is rectangular in shape with clearly defined boundaries, paved road frontage with power on the boundary and good access, less than 15 minutes from downtown Marianna, FL. The tract is 6 minutes from beautiful Blue Springs Recreation Area and is surrounded by homestead properties, timber and farming.
The current land use of Dellwood Forest is timber, with approximately 80 acres in 5-6 year old planted loblolly pine. The remaining 40 acres are in newly established, genetically improved containerized loblolly seedlings. Reforestation was done according to commercial forestry standards by a professional forestry consulting company. Mature hardwoods line the edges of the property. Soils are productive and suited for timber, cropland or pasture, and the tract could be easily converted to a different land use. The tract is 100% high and dry with no flood plains or wetlands, with a gentle roll in elevation - a feature that lends itself to future development of the property for residential use, or for installation of irrigation systems. The property offers other recreational opportunities as well, with hunting and ATV riding at the top of the list.
Marianna, FL is a large, well-known Panhandle community with roots in agriculture and an abundance of restaurants, grocery, medical and retail options. The property is 1 hour to Tallahassee, FL, 1.5 hours to Panama City Beach and beautiful Gulf Coast beaches, and 50 minutes to Dothan, AL. In addition to Blue Springs Recreational Area, Lake Seminole is just a short drive for fishing and duck hunting, and famous Florida Caverns State Park is right around the corner, for unique exploration into the area's geological history. It's hard to find a more well-placed property for rural homesteading, agricultural investment, investment strategy, or potential short-term mini-farm development play.
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