Leon County, FL

4,563± Deeded Acres


Loveridge Plantation is a 4,563± acre turn-key wild quail plantation located in the heart of the Red Hills plantation belt and bordered by other similarly exceptional quail plantations. The plantation has been intensely managed for quail for nearly 100 years and all 14 courses on the plantation consistently produce strong bird numbers. The landscape is high, rolling, and open with longleaf, shortleaf, and slash pines and the occasional stately oak. The property’s Lake Thompson is a historic and renowned 100± acre duck hunting impoundment. With an incredible view, the main house is situated on a ridge along the 1.25± miles of frontage on the 6,000± acre Lake Miccosukee. Located on the Florida side of the plantation belt, its location in  the heart of the Red Hills is convenient to both Tallahassee and Thomasville’s amenities. Many of the surrounding properties are protected from development by a conservation easement. Loveridge is not yet encumbered by an easement.


Seller Testimonial

"Having been in our family for 70 years, selling Loveridge was a big decision for our family and we needed the right person to walk us through this process. Elliott Davenport has exceeded our expectations and represented our family very well through this sale. His depth of knowledge for the Red Hills, his critical thinking, intimate understanding of the market, and honest approach has made this process very pleasant and rewarding for us. Simply, he gets it and that has served us very well."

- Howard Love

Broker's Comments

This location is the portion of the quail belt that people aspire to own, and the quality and diversity of the wing-shooting on Loveridge is hard to find elsewhere in this country. Loveridge is truly a legacy property within the Red Hills and this offering is a unique opportunity to own a critical piece of the Red Hills landscape.