Taylor Mill Plantation is a timber land property, ideally suited to the buyer seeking diversified uses. The property boasts many attributes, including multi-aged planted Loblolly pines, mostly level terrain with well-drained soils, excellent hunting opportunity with existing food plots, and all very conveniently located in middle Georgia.
The property is located only 30 minutes from downtown Macon or Warner Robins, and is a 10-minute drive from Byron or Fort Valley. These four cities are home to a combined population of around 300,000. Atlanta is an hour-and-a-half drive to the north, making it convenient to nearly 1,000,000 people.
Surrounding farms boast scenic and productive pecan and peach orchards, with some of the best farmland and soils in middle Georgia.
The access to the property is limited to one entrance, which is controlled by a locked, double gate at the end of Williams Road. There is also approximately 1,400 feet of frontage on Blasingame Road.
The internal road system is good and allows easy access throughout the property.
Boundaries are well defined and visible as marked trees.
One of the interesting aspects of this property is the diversity of terrain. Approximately half of the property is relatively level and very conducive to conversion to more intense agricultural uses, such as pecan or peach orchards or row crops, all of which are common in the immediate area of the site. The remaining property, which is primarily in the younger plantations, has more rolling topography, with beautiful vistas overlooking the interspersed hardwood bottomlands and adjoining farms.
There are multiple sites that may be conducive to building ponds throughout the property, with springs and wet weather streams. The area is known to have abundant water available in the underlying aquifers, which supply wells for home use and agriculture.
There is also a small acreage of mature pecan orchard that would make an ideal site for a home or hunting lodge.
The soils on this property consists of Faceville, Orangeburg, and Cowarts Sandy Loams, and are very productive for both agriculture and forestry.
The northern boundary is defined by an intermittent stream which is a branch of Mossy Creek just to the west.
The property is entirely forested with over 85 percent in Loblolly pine plantations, divided between two age classes: 2-year-old and 23-year-old trees (156 and 108 acres respectively). The remaining acreage is in mature hardwoods of typical species for the area.