Land for Sale in Appling County, Georgia

28+/- Acres Blackshear Hwy image 6

Nice timber tract cut over. Replant or convert to farmland or pasture.

$3,095 Per Acre


Baxley, GA
28.83 acres
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4493 Altamaha School Rd Tract 2 66 Acres image 14

66 Acres in Appling County with agriculture and wooded land.

$3,778 Per Acre


Baxley, GA
66.5 acres
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4493 Altamaha School Rd Tract 1 60 Acres image 30

60 Acres on Altamaha School Rd. Agricultural and woodland.

$3,778 Per Acre


Baxley, GA
60.39 acres
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8 Acre Altamaha River Homesite image 9

Great homesite on 8 Acres near the Altamaha River.


Baxley, GA
8.08 acres
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14 Acre Hwy 144 image 5

This tract is mostly high ground with some areas of hardwood bottoms. With 20+-year-old pines, this tract makes an excellent investment. The location is prime and has highway frontage on Highway...


Baxley, GA
14.5 acres
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15 Acres Hwy 144 image 10

This tract is mostly high ground with some areas of hardwood bottoms. With 20+-year-old pines, this tract makes an excellent investment. The location is prime and has frontage on John Bell Rd. T...


Baxley, GA
15.0 acres
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22 Acres Hwy 144 image 5

This tract is mostly high ground with some areas of hardwood bottoms. With 20+-year-old pines, this tract makes an excellent investment. The location is prime and has highway frontage on Highway...


Baxley, GA
22.0 acres
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When we purchased our property it was a completely wooded tract, mostly covered in 30+ year old planted loblolly pines. The remainder of the property included a beautiful live oak hammock, a small pond, a creek with natural hardwoods on the eastern boundary, and a former orchard on the western side that had long since been overgrown by volunteer pines and hardwoods. We wanted to make sure that we had a plan in place to keep the property as private as possible as we developed it.

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