— Overview —
- 1,318+/- acre Estate
- 18,000 sq ft. House 7 BR, 6.5 Bath built in 1910 by Standard Oil heir John F. Archbold
- 5.2+/- Miles on the Ochlocknee River
- This is an Ideal Heritage Property
- GA State Record Buck Scored 202 3/8 B&C!
- Located Apx 4 Miles from Downtown Thomasville, Georgia
- Six Ponds
- Guest House by Main House
- Six Tenant Houses
- Plantation Office
- Pool House with Solar-Heated Saline Pool
- Four-Car Detached Garage
- Gate House, Equipment Barn, Wood Shed, Workshop, Pump House, & Carriage Barn
- Ideal Location for an Equestrian Program
- Skeet Range
- Gazebo and Boardwalk on Pond
- Located Across from Greenwood Plantation and Bordered by Labrah Plantation
- 1.5+/- Miles on HWY 3 and Nearly 12Mile on HWY 84
- 20+ Food Plots and 12 Shooting Stands
- Wild Quail
- Turkey, Duck, & Dove
- Pristine Hardwood Drains
- Rolling Topography
- Quality Timber
- Fishing, Boating, and Family Recreation on the River!
- Enjoyed by the Current Owner for Almost 30 Years
- Opportunity to Retain Longstanding Management & Staff
- In the past, the Property was Listed for $28M
- There is Currently no Conservation Easement on the Property
Chinquapin is the ultimate in recreation. Surrounded by other plantations that do not put heavy pressure on their wildlife, Chinquapin has the perfect mix of deer cover, hard woods, food plots, and water for attracting record-sized deer. As a matter of fact, we had no idea there were so many impressive bucks right here…four miles from downtown Thomasville! The trail cam pictures don't lie! In fact, a 202 3/8 B&C monster buck was harvested here; the record buck for that year in Georgia!
There are over five miles on the Ochlocknee
River, creeks, and six ponds which provide for exceptional game flow. The turkeys are plentiful. There
is good duck hunting on the river and a dove field, as well. Although the property has not been intensively managed for quail, it supports a strong and healthy wild quail population.
"…In my 20 years of hunting all across the country and around the world, I have found no better place than this paradise right here in my own backyard."
— Dr. Wesley Simms, Thomasville, GA