The 370-acre Whiskey George Creek Timbers is located just outside the sleepy panhandle beach town of Eastpoint near Apalachicola, Florida. This idyllic property is bordered on three sides by the state-owned and managed Tate’s Hell State Forest which extends into the Apalachicola National Forest, creating a conservation corridor that is nearly one million acres. The property also features nearly 10,000 feet of water frontage on Whiskey George Creek that flows into the productive fisheries of East Bay.
Game is prevalent throughout the property such as deer, turkey, hogs, quail, and dove. Tracks can be seen meandering throughout the trails and at the small pond as they pass unabated through the vast stretches of forestland bordering the property. The mature planted pine stands on the property are well maintained and approximately 13-15 years old that could create a potential revenue stream. Exceptional improvements have been placed on the property by the current owner, including packed limestone drives, culvert systems, and nine sites that have been cleared for potential homesites.
The 370-acre Whiskey George Creek Timbers offers a rare opportunity to own a true gem in one of Florida’s most scenic locations. Call today to schedule your appointment to see one of the best large acreage properties remaining in the area.
Description: Waterfront Property
Surrounded by Conservation Land
Driving Directions: From Highway 98, Turn North on Highway 65, go 7.3 miles, Cross over Whiskey George Creek and look for the second driveway on the right, Property gate is immediately across the highway from the Florida Forest Service Fire Tower.