Loblolly Plantation of Upson is an excellent timberland investment property containing 94% 5-year-old pine plantations with gently rolling terrain. Its size makes it affordable, and the frontage on US Route 80 and Lamar Road offer opportunities for homes or a hunting lodge.
The property is centrally located between Macon and Columbus, about 1.5 hours from Atlanta, Georgia, with frontage on historic US Highway 80. It is in the eastern part of Upson County, near Thomaston, Georgia. The area is near the Flint River, which is renowned for the quality and quantity of its trophy deer and turkey.
The property has excellent frontage on US Highway 80 and approximately one half mile of frontage on Lamar Road, which is a county-maintained dirt road. The property's main access point is from Lamar Road through a locked, steel pipe gate.
The internal road system is being upgraded to allow access to all parts of the property.
Boundaries are well defined and visible with tree markings
The entire property is forested, with 94% of the acreage in planted, 5-year-old pine, with the remainder in natural hardwood forest. There is good stand population for the planted pines.
Topography is gently rolling.
Soils are highly productive for pine timber production.
There is a wet area on the southeast boundary which may be conducive to attracting waterfowl during the winter hunting season.
Much of the surrounding land is heavily forested, and with its location near the Flint River, there is good potential for quality deer hunting and recreation on the property.
The property is entirely forested, where approximately 94% of the acreage is in 5-year-old loblolly pine plantations with good stand counts and growth. The remaining acreage is in mature hardwoods of typical species for the area.