The Land Report

2019.1

The Magazine of the American Landowner is an essential guide for investors, landowners, and those interested in buying or selling land. The award-winning quarterly is known for its annual survey of America's largest landowners, The Land Report 100.

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BackGate J O N KO H LER & ASSO CIATE S A rejuvenated Red Hills wild quail plantation that remains one of the last large undeveloped tracts in Northeast Tallahassee sold in early May for $13.6 million. "We had four or •ve o•ers over the years, but the owner wanted to hold out," says Jon Kohler, who owns an eponymous, Florida-based broker- age. "When people are spending $5,000 an acre or more on non-income producing land for one reason – recreation – these properties have to be great investments, too." Valhalla Plantation boasts a storied history that spans two centuries. Originally part of the renowned Chemonie Plantation, the 2,410-acre property – poised on the desirable Florida side of the Red Hills and encompassing a nearly 50-acre lake – borders Wood•eld Springs Plantation to the north. Valhalla Plantation Sells Arthur Cahoon's ownership of this storied plantation is a textbook example of invest, improve, and enjoy. BY LISA MARTIN CONTINUED ON PAGE 95 HERITAGE This wonderful wild quail plantation dates back to 1824. 96 L ANDREP ORT.COM e LandReport | SPRING 20 19

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