Limestone Creek is 687± acre, first time on the market family plantation, located in eastern Washington County along Francis Bridge Rd. and Salter Rd. This tract is a mixture of natural and planted pine stands, hardwood pine, hardwood branch and natural hardwood regeneration. The southern portion of the property is bordered by Limestone Creek and the northern boundary is Gin Branch. These hardwood branches are lined with a mixture of oaks, maples and various other hardwood trees. There is 160 acres of planted pine on the north and south sides between 20 - 30 years in age. In addition, there are two merchantable tracts of natural pine including 100 acres on the south side and 140 acres on the north side. The property has a nice roll to it with some great views. The road system and trails allow access to all portions of the tract. Game populations on the property are great. A short walk shows a large amount of deer sign as well as turkey sign. The creek and hardwood beaver pond provides a constant water source for game as well as duck hunting opportunities. Please give us a call to see a great Central Georgia property.