Land for Sale in Brantley County, Georgia

58 Acres Raybon Rd image 3

Country Living near the coast and river!

$2,195 Per Acre


Waynesville, GA, GA
58.0 acres
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1 Acre Lot, Brantley County, Waynesville, GA image 14

1 Acre lot in Brantley County, GA. Ready for easy clearing and your future home. Restrictions apply to keep your home values up. Plenty of room for your toys and close to the Satilla River

$18,000


Waynesville, GA
1.0 acre
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 Blueberry Farm and Homesite image 60

Blueberry Farm and Satsuma Grove. Great income potential and already producing! Some equipment is included!

$349,900


Nahunta, GA
60.0 acres
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Little Satilla River Retreat - River Frontage

Little Satilla River Retreat image 10

This property has over 4,000 feet of river frontage on the Little Satilla River.This property has a natural stand of hardwoods flowing around the river. There is cu...


Hortense, GA
108.65 acres
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10 Acre Gentleman Farm image 10

10 Acres unrestrictive land in Brantley County


Hortense, GA
10.8 acres
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253 Acres Brantley County image 1

This property is located on Boots Harrison Rd near Post rd. Just 14 miles from Brunswick, GA. This tract has beautiful rolling hills, mature timber, over 5000 ft of county rd frontage. Good Soils, ...


Waynesville, GA
253.0 acres
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225 Acres Highway 110 image 2

This property has frontage on Highway 110. It is located 1.5 miles from new Waynesville Elementary School. Only .25 miles from Hwy 82 and Satilla Grocery. Great high and dry property. Can be sub-di...


Waynesville, GA
225.0 acres
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