Weekly Spotlight. 274 Acres with Timber, Seclusion, & Wildlife
How would u like to own land with a little history associated with it? This week we would like to shed light on a 274 acre tract of land in Waynesville, Georgia. Burrowed down in the southern area of the state in Brantley County, this secluded piece of property holds a piece of heritage: its location. Known as a rural and quiet community, Waynesville was founded and named after the Revolutionary War hero, General "Mad" Anthony Wayne whose military career made him a well known and vital member of General George Washington’s siege during the American Revolution. (Wikipedia) Waynesville, then considered to be a central location in a long and narrow county for settlers to travel, is now more modernized with an approximate population of 5500 although still unincorporated. (http://www.city-data.com/city/Waynesville-Georgia.html)
This property, secluded with timber and acreage, is ideal for hunting, timber investment, preppers, and/or natural conservation. It is optimal for a private hunting camp with no neighbors in sight. It has roads cut throughout and is easy to navigate. The planted pines are approximately 8 to 10 years old and offer an excellent habitat for wildlife. Surrounded by south Georgia timberland, this tract is remote yet only 30 miles from the metropolitan area of Jacksonville, Fl. Excellent hunting, recreational, investment, or survivalist property!