Peacock Plantation comprises 1,459 beautiful acres in Colquitt County, Georgia, with both history and Warrior Creek flowing through its rolling hills. This legacy property has been in the same family for almost 50 years and has been impeccably managed for wildlife, timber and agriculture. Owned by the Davison family of New York, the plantation was named after their beloved family estate known as Peacock Pointe, overlooking the Long Island Sound. Their love of nature and hunting pursuits attracted the family to the mild winter climates of South Georgia and eventually lead to the purchase of this plantation along the banks of Warrior Creek, a noted game rich corridor.
Peacock Plantation boasts the classic quail woods aesthetic that has come to define this region, with established mature stands of longleaf pine and native grasses. That said, the overall plant and wildlife diversity found on the property is what distinguishes Peacock from other plantations on the market. One of the biggest highlights is Warrior Creek as it flows for over 2.5 miles and provides superior whitetail deer genetics, while the established hardwoods also create exceptional turkey habitat. There are numerous ponds throughout the grounds, two of which can be planted and flooded for duck hunting. Rare pitcher plants can be found along the flat woods bordering Warrior Creek along with prolific songbirds, while bee pollinator wildflowers have been established alongside young longleaf pine stands. This further enhances the flora and fauna and also creates a revenue stream through agricultural leases and the timber management program.
The cabin on the property was designed by Frank McCall, a famed area architect with an esteemed following his work and influence span from Federal buildings in the nations capital to noteworthy homes on Sea Island, Georgia. The classic dog trot style cabin at Peacock makes for a perfect country getaway and features three bedrooms and two baths, with heart redwood paneling and custom moldings throughout. There are two additional homes on the property for overflow friends, family, or corporate use. Other improvements include 2 barns, a 14 run dog kennel, plantation office, and grain bins.
Well priced at $4,655,000, Peacock Plantation offers exceptional hunting and wildlife habitat in a beautifully managed environment. Currently no conservation easement exists on the property. Contact The Wright Group for more information on this exclusive listing.