Every once in a while the perfect opportunity comes along. For those who love to hunt, ride horses, and enjoy the outdoors with family and friends, the perfect opportunity is Little Creek Community Preserve. If you have ever priced a rural farm and the equipment and labor to maintain it, then you know that it can be very expensive. The vision of Little Creek is that a group of like minded people can pool their resources and share these expenses to make it practical for all. Fifteen years later, we are one of the premier gated hunting and equestrian preserves for sale in Georgia.
As one of the premier hunting preserves in Georgia, you feel the change as soon as you drive through the gates of Little Creek. The air is different; you can breathe easier. The light is different; you have clarity. And the experience is never the same, as you might drive by a fawn bedded down close to the road under the eye of a watchful doe. You might catch a flash of white as a buck disappears into the woods; but don’t hurry to drive on as you know another will follow. Or you might have to wait as a long string of turkeys take their time crossing the road. It’s ok. You are on Little Creek time.
The mission of Little Creek is to preserve this incredible piece of land for our owners for generations to come. Little Creek presently consists of approximately 1450 acres of common area including lots, maintenance area and horse pasture, and a shared recreational area consisting of woods, creeks, paths, and natural openings. In addition, we typically lease additional 300 acres of surrounding property. The land in the common area will be preserved forever. All of the grounds of Little Creek are maintained by a qualified and experienced Plantation Manager who is available around the clock.
Little Creek is structured around 40 approximately 5 acre fee simple lots for owners to build their perfect cabin or second home. The owners, through an established LLC, own all the acreage in the common area. There is a separate LLC that manages as a non-profit Board working in the best interest of the 40 owners. It is required that each Board Member be an owner of Little Creek.
There will never be more than 40 lots within Little Creek as any additional lots are strictly prohibited as stated in the protective covenants. All of the lots were sold within the first two years of inception; however, there are a few lots available for resale.
Sound to good to be true? Have you wanted to own hunting property in Georgia or be a part of an equestrian community? Please join us on a brief tour. Take a few minutes and enjoy the video below.