Located at the corner of C.R. 305 and S.R. 206 with 2 miles of C.R. 305 frontage and 2 miles of S.R. 206 frontage, the Northeast Quadrant is 2,468 acres in size and 3 miles west of I 95 in southeast St. Johns County, Florida. The Quadrant is improved timberland with a variety of aged stands of immediately merchantable timber. The land features diverse wildlife habitat, configured in a 2 mile square block. Important features include; 4 miles of perimeter high fence, improved roads and site drainage and gated entrance roads. Uses include on going timber management, private hunt club operations and long term conversion to residential development, capitalizing on its extensive road frontages.