Lawrence Road Tract

Property Features

Located in the bucolic rolling hills of eastern Jackson County, Florida, the 173+/- acre Lawrence Road Tract represents an outstanding timberland/recreational investment within reach of many buyers. This is an area known for its productive local agriculture and timberland and the attributes of the Lawrence Road Tract uphold this tradition.

Hurricane Michael caused damage in the area in October 2018. The front portion of the Lawrence Rod tract was most affected and the pines in that area were removed in preparation for re-planting in the winter of 2019-20. There remain 75+/- acres of loblolly planted in 2000 that have an estimated value of $70,000 in merchantable timber. The current price has been significantly reduced for a buyer interested in acquiring the property in its current state. Moving forward, lobllolly pines could be planted or, optionally, a longleaf pine plantation could be established to create a lucrative pinestraw operation. Regardless, timberland, as an asset class, provides an excellent means of diversification, appreciation and achieving a hedge against inflation.

Recreation is also an important component of the Lawrence Road Tract with whitetail deer being the most sought after game. Additionally, just minutes away are two noteworthy and complementary attractions that add to the tract’s appeal. Lake Seminole is a 37,500-acre water body nationally known for its largemouth bass, wide variety of plant and animal life, and bird watching. Then there’s Blue Springs Recreational Area, whose centerpiece is a beautiful first magnitude spring where swimming, cave diving, canoeing, and kayaking are popular activities.

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At a Glance

173+/- Acres

Asking Price:
$1,728 per acre

Jackson County, Florida

Special Attributes:

  • Valuable Timber
  • 94% Plantable
  • Immediate Cash Flow
  • Good Value

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