Fronting one of the most scenic and historic roads in the Red Hills region of North Florida, the 236+/- acre Whitehouse Road Farm is a property that will appeal to those who value natural beauty, diversity, and privacy. Owned by the same family for almost 70 years, the first land management rule laid down by its matriarch, Mrs. Ruby Nell Harris Strang, was that no trees would be cut. Today, the pristine mixed pine and hardwood forests blend beautifully with productive hay fields spread over the property’s gentle rolling topography. It’s a perfect place for a retreat, homestead, or hobby farm and getting there is easy. Located just 15 miles from Tallahassee and the charming town of Monticello, Whitehouse Road Farm offers a respite from the modern world but within easy reach of its amenities.
Whitehouse Road Farm can be utilized for many recreational activities including fishing, hunting, and horseback riding, among others. The 7- acre picturesque spring-fed pond is the property’s most prominent feature and is known for producing sizable largemouth bass. Surrounding it is a varied landscape that provides excellent habitat for attracting a sundry of wildlife, particularly white-tailed deer and wild turkey. It’s also important to note that the quantity and quality of wildlife found on a given property are influenced by neighboring landowners. That’s a particular benefit for Whitehouse Road Farm due to its location across the road from El Destino Plantation where its 4,138 acres are managed at a high level to support a wild bobwhite quail population. Deer and turkey also thrive there and are often seen migrating to Whitehouse Road Farm.