Longpine, a nearly 6,000-acre quail plantation near Thomasville, Ga., has sold after about five years on the market.
Longpine, a nearly 6,000-acre quail plantation near Thomasville, Ga., has sold after about five years on the market. According to public records, the sale price was $27.858 million.
Initially listed for over $40 million, the property was most recently priced at $34 million, according to listing agent Jon Kohler of Jon Kohler & Associates, who listed the property with his wife, Erica Kohler, and Erica Hanway of Plantation Marketing Group.
The white-brick main house on the property is 7,286 square feet with six bedrooms, six full bathrooms and three half baths. A manager's house, built about a century ago, is roughly 3,200 square feet; there are also other houses for staff.
Sold along with the property were horses, mules and bird dogs bred on the plantation. The property has a 20-stall horse barn and dog kennel.