364± Deeded Acres
Braewood is 363± acres situated in the heart of the Red Hills Plantation belt and is considered some of the most sought-after dirt. The landscape is remarkably scenic consisting of tall pines, tremendous live oaks, dangling Spanish moss, and sweeping stands of wiregrass that span the horizon. Braewood is the southeastern corner of Beechwood Plantation and is located in Florida with the Georgia state line serving as its northern boundary. Highly productive quail plantations encompass Braewood, and its immediate neighbors are Sunny Hill, Wildwood and Beechwood Plantation. Norias, Kelly Pond and Pinehaven are all just a stone’s throw away. The property is only 15 minutes from Thomasville and 25 minutes from Tallahassee. This offering provides the opportunity to own a smaller tract amidst an area dominated by larger plantations. This could prove to be a strategic purchase for one looking to expand their land holdings over time. If wild bobwhite quail and a pastoral setting are your quarry, Braewood is the spot for you.
Opportunities to own smaller tracts in this neighborhood are rather uncommon. It is very appealing to be able to own a few hundred acres surrounded by three neighbors that each individually own thousands of acres. When you look at the Red Hills Plantation map, you will find this property to be smack dab in the middle of it. Braewood’s location is truly ideal, whether we’re talking about quail potential, convenience to Thomasville and Tallahassee, or otherwise. In addition, acquiring this smaller tract may strategically put an owner in position to grow their holdings in a highly desirable area in the future.