It’s amazing – the yarns that can be shared about certain tracts of real property. Our April Newsletter takes a closer at several standout stories, including one that I am quite confident is destined to end up before the Supreme Court in a year or two. Why? The two states involved have been disputing their boundary for only the last 195 years.
Also in our April Newsletter you’ll find the story of an Oregon Senator who is considering a shift in federal management of certain timberlands. Meanwhile the Texas Legislature is currently embroiled in how best to combat the drought that has plagued much of the Lone Star State.
Last but not least, an uptick in the housing market has brought renewed activity to North American forests. Learn more as one of America’s largest landowners gears up for increased lumber sales.
With six ponds, a kennel, and multiple dwellings in the Red Hills Plantation Belt, Georgia’s Chinquapin Plantation is a superb Thomasville-area estate with 1,318 acres that include more than five miles of the Ochlocknee River. Located approximately four miles from downtown Thomasville, neighbors include Greenwood Plantation and Labrah Plantation.
The 18,000-square-foot residence was constructed in 1910 for Standard Oil heir John Archbold and includes 7 bedrooms and 6.5 baths. A guest house stands adjacent to the main residence and six tenant houses can also be found on the property.
Originally listed for $28 million, it is now available at a 50+ discount and is an ideal candidate for a conservation easement.