Property ID: 3261473 -
Property ID: 3261473
Type: Farms, Timberland, Undeveloped Land, Lakefront Property, Riverfront Property
Address: 2001 Little River Road
Status: Contract Pending
Directions: Contact Broker
Description: Additional acreage available (up to 200 acres+-)
A rare opportunity to own a portion of the most prestigious farms in Northeast Georgia. This 25+/- acre farm was originally part of the historic 4,000 Acre Walton Mill Plantation and the Town of Antioch. The Madison-Morgan Conservancy has deemed this property as one of the most desirable parcels in Morgan County to be preserved due to the deep history and historic landmarks located on the property. This farm offers exceptional, fishing, whitetail deer and turkey hunting, and other outdoor recreational activities. The property has been trophy managed for deer hunting for the last 15 years. A long drive leads you back to a Bill Harrison designed, 5 bed 3.5 bath home that is perfectly positioned on the overlooking ever changing landscape. Views from each room of the home paint a different scene. Catch glimpses of the 2 acre spring fed pond, beautiful shoals of Little River, the historic Seven Islands Rd Bridge and the ruins of the old mill site. The main house is perfect for entertaining large crowds with an open floor plan and great outdoor areas around the custom Pebble Tec pool. Adjacent to the main house, sits a 2 bed 1 bath guest cottage complete with a kitchen, front and back porches. Walton Mill Plantation is located within 60 minutes east of Atlanta, 35 minutes South of Athens, 45 minutes North of Macon and 80 minutes West of Augusta.
Features, Facts and Improvements
25+/- acres, consisting of approximately 80% mature hardwoods, 15% pine timber, and 5% in food plots.
frontage on Little River, owning both sides of the river for approximately 2,800
2 +/- acre spring fed pond
Trophy managed for deer hunting
Surrounded by large land owners and good stewards. Many of the adjacent tracts are under agricultural conservation use programs or permanent conservation easements.
Conservation Easement Potential = Huge tax savings
Custom home designed by Bill Harrison. An open floor plan with 5 beds and 3.5 baths, finished basement, rocking chair front porch ,rear deck and screen porch, 2 car garage, custom Pebble Tec pool with water feature, architectural shingles, fireplace, updated kitchen with custom cabinets, professional appliances, office, workout area, bar, etc.
Guest cottage perfect for overnight guest or a permanent caretaker. 2 beds 1 bath complete with kitchen and front and rear porches.
25x25 enclosed barn convenient to the main house. Perfect for storage for boats and atvs.
24x44 open equipment shed with garden sink and game cleaning station. There is also a 12x12 area enclosed within the equipment shed that makes for a great spot to store small items.
Large concrete wash down pad adjacent to equipment shelter
Large fenced organic garden area located in fertile river bottom. Small storage shed near garden for convenience
Regulation horse shoe pits
Multiple food plots with custom enclosed shooting houses
Trail systems, perfect for hiking, walking, horseback riding, or mountain bike riding. Many of these trails are river side with resting benches perfectly positioned with views of shoals on Little River.
Multiple historic features; the original Seven Islands Road bed and steel frame bridge crossing Little River. Seven Islands Road originally connected Atlanta to Charleston. The ruins of the Walton Mill Site, the site of the old Walton home place, the remains of a tenant house and cemetery site, are also located on the property.
Historic Madison, founded in 1807, is the county seat of Morgan County. Madison is a true southern treasure. The city is full of history and beautiful antebellum homes. Madison is one of the few towns that still has that small town feel. For more info on Madison please visit their website, madisong dot com .
Walton Mill Plantation is surrounded by large land owners and good stewards. Many of the adjacent property owners are great outdoorsmen who practice best management practices for wildlife, timber, and agriculture. The majority of the adjacent tracts are under a multiple protective covenant or permanent conservation easement that disallows or minimizes future development.
Contact Name: Kyle Ward
Phone Number: 706-474-1348
Address1: 255 North Main St Suite D
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