Asking Price:  Asking Price: $2,050,000

Location:  Stephens, GA

Category:  Hunting & Recreational Land, Hunting and Fishing, Waterfront Land

1,942 SF 3 Bed / 2 Bath Hunting Cabin with Utilities, 10 FT galvanized high fence with varmint graveled skirt, 10 acre stocked fishing pond, 12.5 acre dove field, 2 Pole Barns and Commercial Deer Cooler, Numerous Stands and Feeders are included in the Sale

Tax:  $5,584 - Property is enrolled in the conservation use tax exemption

Broker Comments:

“This Property is made for the deer hunting enthusiast! Everything you need and nothing you don’t. A very efficient property to manage that has consistently produced trophy deer under the careful management of a professional biologist. It is exceptionally located between Athens and Lake Oconee for ease of use by family, friends and clients.”

Hunter Brant, President and Broker Oakwood Realty Group

Property Description

Bent Knee was created for the deer hunting enthusiast, thoughtfully designed and efficient to maintain, the property lends itself well to becoming a legacy property or corporate entertainment retreat.  The property is a naturally beautiful farm with an even mix of hardwoods and pines along with a varied topography creating natural habitat diversity.  It is an ideal size for management at 526 acres and includes everything you need to hunt this year, including a commercial deer cooler, over a dozen high quality stands and all steel gravity feeders.  It is high fenced for the productive management and growth of its native Georgia whitetails.

The farm is located 30 minutes south of Athens and the University of Georgia and 45 minutes north of Reynolds Plantation, which is home to 6 golf courses, the Ritz-Carlton, Lake Oconee and a wealth of sporting and family activities.  It is located 1.5 hours east of Atlanta in Stephens, GA., home to locally acclaimed G Brand BBQ.  Bent Knee is ideal for either family or client entertainment with a well-appointed cabin, stocked 10 acre fishing lake, dove field and two pole barns to store equipment.  There is plenty to enjoy and do when not hunting trophy whitetails.

The farm has been managed since 2012 by Dr. Michael Chamberlin, professional deer biologist and Professor of Wildlife Ecology and Management at the University of Georgia.  The deer have responded to intensive management and year round supplemental feeding as well as continuous natural habitat improvement by the Owner.  Dr. Chamberlin feels like the deer are just now reaching their potential and the best deer that this property can produce are yet to come.  Although high-fenced, it remains a challenging and realistic place to hunt and manage trophy whitetails.  The terrain lends itself well to efficient maintenance and has the feel of a much larger property.  “The return on management and time investment here is outstanding, it is offered well below replacement cost in an unbeatable location for year round enjoyment!”  Hunter Brant, Listing Broker