Turkey Creek

Property Features

Strategically positioned squarely in the midst of Florida Panhandle's woodbasket in Liberty County, Florida, Turkey Creek provides an excellent opportunity for a long term timberland investor. As evidenced by the pricing, the owner has a high level of motivation to sell.

Perhaps what differentiates Turkey Creek from many other Liberty County properties is the amount of land available for productive plantations - in fact, 66% of the tract is plantable. With the exception of 117 acres of 2004 slash, the pine plantations were clear cut in 2010 and 2011.

Recreational opportunities are plentiful due in large part to the property having miles of frontage on Telogia and Turkey Creek as well as its adjacency to other large land owners. One of these owners is The Nature Conservancy's 6,295-acre Apalachicola Bluffs and Ravines Preserve. This preserve protects two of the world's rarest evergreens, the Florida torreya and Florida yew, in addition to numerous other native trees, flowers, and grasses. Turkey Creek's location near the 633,000-acre Apalachicola National Forest (Florida's largest national forest) is also a significant asset.

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At a Glance

1263 Acres

Asking Price:
$795 per acre

East of Bristol in Liberty County, Florida
(30 minues to Tallahassee)

Special Attributes:

  • Aggressively Priced
  • Located within Florida's Woodbasket
  • Miles of frontage on Telogia and Turkey Creek
  • Surrounded by large landowners

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