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Sold! Witt Stephens Jr. Buys Blue Springs Plantation

The Wall Street Journal reports that Stephens purchased the historic Blue Springs Plantation near Albany from Tennessee’s Mountcastle family for approximately $40 million. Located in Baker and Dougherty counties, the 7,235-acre property had not changed hands in more than 50 years. Neighbors include Ted Turner’s Nonami Plantation, Pineland, and Wildfair. Hall and Hall’s Elliott Davenport represented the buyer. Blue Springs produces some of the most diverse hunting opportunities in South Georgia, including wild quail and trophy whitetail deer.
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