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New Lutheranch Tallapoosa, Georgia

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Lutheranch provides the unique opportunity for a new owner to enjoy secluded privacy within an hour of Atlanta, Georgia. With an illustrious history as a fully outfitted equestrian property, Lutheranch offers miles of scenic trails through mature hardwood forests as well as over 40 acres of pasture. A 16-stall horse barn, office, tack room, and covered riding arena complete the equestrian amenities. A lodge on a beautiful 16-acre pond, contained entirely within the property boundaries to ensure privacy, is the centerpiece of the property. The entire southern boundary is defined by over two miles of frontage along the clear waters of scenic Mann Creek. Lutheranch has been operated for years as a retreat center and summer camp location. It is well known within the community as a retreat house and sanctuary from the busy life in the city.

  • Improvements – Large lodge, caretaker’s house, horse stalls/barn/arena/office, large lake, pasture and fencing, trail system and road network
  • Recreation – Equestrian use, fishing, boating, hiking, and hunting
  • Agricultural Production – Turnkey lease of equestrian facilities, boarding, hay lease, etc.
  • Location – Less than 60 miles west of Atlanta, GA and less than 100 miles from Birmingham, AL
  • Wildlife – Deer, wild turkey, and fishing
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Listed at:$2,995,000
200 Acres

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Georgia land for sale is one of the last places in the country to combine affordability, quality and availability of land, creating great value and opportunity for landowners. The state is diverse with a variety of landscapes and several distinct ecosystems including the foothills of the Appalachians in north Georgia, the Red Hills of southwest Georgia and the coastal maritime forests. The coastal timberlands, with access to fishing and hunting from the same property and the wild quail plantations of the Red Hills attracted wealthy northerners in the 1800’s looking for a therapeutic climate and bountiful recreational opportunity.  These early pioneers gave rise to most of the current plantations and large managed landholdings that still exist today. In fact, southwest Georgia remains home to the largest concentration of plantation lands in the US and the coastal estuaries, tidal marshes and forests of coastal Georgia are widely recognized as one of the most unique and special ecosystems in the country.

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