Land for Sale in Georgia

Homesite in Glynn County with 34+/- Acres image 1

Beautiful land located on Old Jesup Road in Glynn County. This land would be a great investment property with natural growth. Agricultural, homesite, or hunting opportunities.

$140,000


Brunswick, GA
34.8 acres
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83.02 Acres Suwannee Chapel Rd image 3

Great Timber and Hunting Tract with 11 year old slash pine.

$1,799 Per Acre


Waycross, GA
83.02 acres
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Timber Tract with Grass Landing Strip in Screven, GA image 17

This beautiful property sits in small-town Screven, GA. The property is planted pine and hardwood bottoms with an air strip in the center. This great investment property could be used in a my...

$5,275 Per Acre


Screven, GA
161.0 acres
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667 Sandy Run Rd image 44

If you are looking for a perfect haven in a small town, then this property shines a light. It has the feel of being in the mountains with the mature mix of trees throughout and the creek frontag...

$109,000


Jesup, GA
9.2 acres
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UNDER CONTRACT
Tract 6-25 Acres Suwannee Chapel Rd image 3

Great Timber and Hunting Tract with 10 year old slash pine.

$2,500 Per Acre


Waycross, GA
25.0 acres
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35+/- Acre Rural Tract in City Limits of Screven image 1

35+/- acres of natural growth. Dirt road runs through the property. Agricultural, homesite, or hunting opportunities.

$7,000 Per Acre


Screven, GA
35.0 acres
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SOLD
Tract 3- 25 Acres on Suwannee Chapel Rd image 4

This is Tract 3 of 4 Tracts that are currently for sale. All tracts have 10 Year Old Slash Pines


Waycross, GA
25.0 acres
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SOLD
Tract 5-25 Acres Suwannee Chapel Rd image 2

25 Acres of Slash Pine on Suwannee Chapel Rd.


Waycross, GA
25.0 acres
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