On a pastoral, 3,000-acre, 399-homesite tract in Coweta County, GA, Scofield Timber helped carve a sportsman’s community out of the forest. We worked with Blalock’s developers to create an optimum quail habitat, thinning house lots and buffers to cull weak or diseased trees and open up views. In addition, Scofield minimally thinned undeveloped natural areas to promote future growth and forest health, as well as sustained revenues.
A former Bowater tract in Cherokee County owned by PEC Development of Atlanta, this rugged, 1,800-acre tract consists of a large variety of planted and natural pine stands, which Scofield thinned for forest health and aesthetics.
The Golden Triangle
The Golden Triangle makes up a 3,906-acre tract in Baldwin County, AL, located between Mobile, AL, and Pensacola, FL. This tract was owned by Copper Station, which had vast timberland holdings and was acquired in 2006 in a joint venture between PEC of Atlanta and Hearthstone of California. Scofield selectively thinned vast areas of planted pine that ranged in age from 12-25 years. We improved the road network throughout the tract and mulched a significant amount of dense, nearly tropical, underbrush along the extensive highway frontages so the tract could be seen and presentable for a variety of prospects, including commercial land buyers, residential areas, and retirement and golf village developers.
Cousins Properties: Bentwater & Seven Hills (Paulding County, GA)
1,000 acres of planted pine is being developed into neighborhoods and commercial areas, and Scofield is clearing the roadways and thinning the remaining areas for growth and aesthetics.
This 797-acre tract adjoining the Chestatee River in White County, GA, is comprised of natural pine and hardwood and has been thinned to increase views and maintain the health of the remaining forest. The tract is located just a few miles from GA 400 and eventually will be slated for residential development or sale.