Improved and highly productive family farm fronting Hwy. 36 with county road frontage on 2 other sides. The land is divided and fenced into 9 parts. The largest pasture of coastal and Tifton is irrigated with a 4 Tower T-L pivot system; 2 pastures of established B Dahl have 3 tower pivot systems (Zimmatic and T-L); 1 pasture of B Dahl is irrigated with a 2 tower system; and a small pasture is irrigated with older side-roll system. A fifth field of approximately 23 acres is not irrigated and has been recently planted with rye mixed with oats.
Irrigation water is supplied by 3 irrigation wells. One of these irrigation wells is scheduled to be drilled, equipped with new pump, motor and electrical system and connected in December with an estimated cost of $30,000. There is approximately 7930 feet of buried PVC irrigation pipe estimated to be valued at $31,720 that connects all the wells to all the pivots. In addition to the water wells mentioned above, there are 2 more wells that serve the house and livestock troughs and another well equipped with a windmill.
Fences and water troughs have been laid out to create alley-ways and traps between the pastures to facilitate rotation of livestock and moving equipment. Huge pecan and oak trees shade several acres of pretty rangeland that offers several great home sites.
The headquarters is composed of several large barns and sheds for animals, hay and equipment, working pens, various sized lots, pens, garden plots, etc.improvements the family that has owned this property for over a century thought were necessary at one time or an-other. These improvements are serviceable but not new. There is an older mobile home with an addition built on that doubles its size that is still being used and an above-ground swimming pool (condition unknown).
The most picturesque feature of the farm is the absolutely charming old cedar homestead cabin built in 1890 that served as the family home until the recent passing of the last family member. It certainly wont be featured in Better Homes & Garden magazine the way it sits now but its the kind of place that will attract and enchant those of us fascinated with the way our forefathers lived and raised their families a century or so ago and long for a simpler way of living next to the land. It should either be restored by the new owners or sold to a historical society.
The price tag on this property might seem pretty hefty but the comparable sales in the area support it but it is doubtful those properties could come close to matching the appeal this one offers. Call today and make an appointment to see it for yourself. (Cindy Prater, listing agent)
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