Jenkins County GA 54.62 Acres

This property is a great 55 acre parcel with fields, planted pines and some large hardwood. This mix of timber and land makes for excellent diversity and huge character. Property fronts on Mays Road and Wallace Road between Saris and Millen just south of Hwy 23. There are pines buffers along both roads. Soils are good for agriculture and also makes for a great home site. Plenty of game in the area. Give us a call if you have questions.

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Jefferson County GA – 83 Acres

This tract is located just south of Wrens GA a couple of miles off Hwy 80 on Atwell Station Road. Property borders Pinway Plantation on it’s western boundary. The size of property is just right to have good diversity and a mix of Planted pines. These pines are are almost ready to thin with about 10 to 12 acres in large mature pine. You can expect considerable cash flow from this property now and in the future. Road system is very good with 3,600 feet of frontage on Atwell Station Road. There is very good hunting on this property and it will only get better as we thin the pines and add more game patches. We think this one is a great opportunity for someone. Let me know what we can do to make it work for you.

Hampton County SC – 24 Ac

Property fronts on Trowell Road 1.9 miles outside of Lurray SC. It is perfect to live on in a quiet environment with hardwood surrounding property. There is power by the property. A nice sized field is in the center of the tract that makes a great house site with plenty of room for a large garden. You could also use the property as a good hunting tract. There are deer and turkey in the area. Young pines hide the property from the road making the tract very private. A survey will have to be completed to determine the exact acres but our estimate is there is approx. 24 acres. The line will be delineated by a creek on two sides of property and Trowell Road is the other boundary. Please let me know if you would like to take a look.

Emanuel County GA – 408 Acres

Deep Creek Plantation is located in eastern Emanuel County 4 miles from Hwy 17 on Herndon Road. Property has a good internal road system with a lot of gravel and paved frontage. A good population of deer and turkey are on this property. Pine plantations are age 2001 and 1978. The younger stand is very close to being ready to thin and the larger pines are well stocked and ready to be harvested or just enjoy the beauty of a a fine mature stand of wood.

Stand Breakdown:
Mature Pine Timber          260 Acres
01 Pine Plantation           123 Acres
Hardwood Drain               25 Acres

We think this tract has great investment potential and will provide substantial timber revenue. We don’t see many tracts on the market with this amount of mature sawtimber and Deep Creek makes for a great recreational property, too.

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Effingham County GA – 035.1 Acres GRANT’S ISLAND

REDUCED AGAIN!! What a deal on a one of a kind Property. Grant’s Island is located in the Savannah River just north of Hwy 119 about 45 minutes from Savannah. This incredible island is minutes from a double concrete ramp called Stokes Bluff Landing in SC and just a little bit further down stream in GA is Tuckasee King Landing.

Grant’s Island was formed when the curve in the river was cut to accommodate commerce by barge from Savannah to Augusta many years ago. This created a refuge unlike any along the river. South Carolina’s famous Webb Wildlife Center and Management Area borders three sides making this Grant’s Island one special piece of real estate because it juts up into the Webb Center. It does not get any more secure and private. The other boundary is the Savannah River with a high bluff and and 20′ of water shored up with rock so it will not erode.

Huge hardwood timber covers the island with a great canopy producing tons of forage material for all the wildlife. The hidden lake has incredible fishing. The river is a natural flyway for water fowl migrating from the coast and the ducks cannot help but stop in the old riverbed. Wild boar, trophy bucks, wild turkey and many other game and non-game species of wildlife are present on this special wildlife retreat.

This property can be used for recreation and hunting. It has the opportunity for a conservation easement worth considerable tax credits. It has good investment potential. Or, just use it as your private getaway from the rest of the world.

The owner has put a dock on the river at the bluff and had plans for a cozy cabin. When you sit on the dock looking a mile up or down the river, you certainly are the King of Grant’s Island.

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