Twin Springs is a 932 acre secluded recreational tract which is surrounded by Florida conservation lands on the north and east, and Lake Talquin to the south; although still within 25 minutes of Florida’s Capital with all the conveniences and southern charm that Tallahassee provides. The attractive ranch-style home built in 1992 sits among mossy oaks and pines, and overlooks a large pond on the homestead. The 630 feet of private waterfront on Lake Talquin is tranquil and scenic, and includes a dock for lake access. Longleaf pines and wiregrass dominate the majority of the uplands, while the spring-fed stream banks support large oak, hickory and beech trees. This very well managed property offers an ideal opportunity for hunting, hiking, fishing, horseback riding, or relaxing among this natural setting.
Twin Springs is located twenty miles west of Tallahassee, in south-central Gadsden County, Florida (approximately 23 minutes from the Tallahassee Regional Airport). The tract has 4,300+ feet of State Road 267 (Pat Thomas Parkway) paved road frontage, 2,900+ feet of County Road 65C (McCall Bridge Road) paved road frontage, and 2.8+ miles of county graded McCook Road frontage.
This intensively managed and maintained property supports abundant wildlife, stands of mixed natural timber, planted Longleaf Pine, Slash Pine, and Sand Pine. The majority of the planted pine stands have completed 16-20 growing seasons, and the youngest stand has completed 10 growing seasons.
There are fifteen well maintained game-food plots on the property. Each field is planted in the spring and fall, with emphasis on improving the habitat for whitetail deer, turkey and quail. There is one large dove field planted in perennial peanuts. All food plots have well built deer/turkey blinds and game feeders located near the plot. There are two stocked fish ponds on the property.
Premier on the property is the very comfortable 4,375 sq. ft., three bedroom, two and one-half bath, home designed for entertaining. Amenities include a large fireplace, home theater system, game room, extensive deck, a unique "cooking gazebo" and outdoor fireplace. The homestead is accessed via a brick entrance with electric security gate, which leads down a long paved driveway. The home is located well off the road, is nestled among shady oaks in a peaceful professionally landscaped setting, and overlooks an eight acre pond with a fountain and two docks. Nearby is a small barn equipped with a large walk-in cooler, game cleaning area and ice machine. A large barn which houses tractors and farm equipment is located near the center of the property.
The subject property has over 630 feet of Lake Talquin water front. Lake Talquin is an 8,850 acre impoundment formed along the Ochlockonee River which provides beautiful views, excellent fishing, duck hunting and other freshwater related recreation. A subdivision permit, providing for five to seven lots (can be clustered) on 30 acres utilizing the lake frontage, has been conceptually approved by the state and county governments. In the area of the subdivision, the land has been cleared of underbrush to better improve the view of the lake and facilitate access to the dock.
Twin Springs is offered in its entirety, and in three tracts, but other reasonable configurations will be considered.
Entire 932 acres as a Whole: $6,549 per acre: $6,104,199 total
Tract 1 801 acre Preserve: $4,999 per acre: $4,004,199 total
Tract 2 101 acre Estate (includes house, pond and outbuildings): $16,337 per acre $1,650,000 total
Tract 3 30 acre Lakefront approved Subdivision: $15,000 per acre: $450,000 total
$ 6,104,199 USD
932 (+/-) Acres
Offered in total, in three parcels, or in other reasonable configuration. Starts at $4,999 per acre
McCall Bridge Road Quincy, FL Gadsden County, USA 32351
20 minutes west of Tallahassee, Florida
Area Code Additional
North Florida, Panhandle
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