Unusual opportunity to own a property in the Flint River basin on paved road with few neighbors. Plantation neighbor across road and the well known George Wheatley estate (now owned by the University of Georgia) is in very close proximity. Large landowners noted for trophy Whitetail Deer in the close by area include Gray Moss, Mill Pond, Marbury Farms,etc. The Flint River is east of the subject tract and is an established migratory influence on the numbers of waterfowl and Dove that frequent these premises. Multiple fields,some planted in pines and food plots, are bordered by natural timber of mostly hardwoods. A southwest corner of this place is part of a much larger 'sawgrass' or marsh swamp that is a virtual wildlife refuge. A small floodable Duck pond is adjacent to this area and takes obvious advantage of it's closeness to this waterfowl rich site. Deer are numerous and can be of trophy caliber. One could indulge himself with a pointing dog if the grounds were nurtured, with Quail given some consideration. Several locations are suitable for building and the overall privacy of the tract adds merit to an already attractive property.