Land for Sale in Georgia

69 Acre Timberland in Appling County image 13

Mini farm, home site, or recreation! This tract offers many possibilities.

$6,395 Per Acre


Baxley, GA
69.0 acres
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Old Hortense Rd Tract 3 - Owner Financing Available!!!

Old Hortense Rd Tract 3 image 8

+/- 21 Acres with approximately 450ft of road frontage. Unrestricted land that is ready for your finishing touch, as a homesite or recreational tract. Can be combined with joining tracts!

$100,000


Hortense, GA
21.0 acres
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Old Hortense Rd Tract 2 - Owner Financing Available!!!

Old Hortense Rd Tract 2 image 12

+/- 21 Acres with approximately 450ft of road frontage. Unrestricted land that is ready for your finishing touch, as a homesite or recreational tract. Can be combined with joining tracts!

$100,000


Hortense, GA
21.0 acres
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14+ Acres on Bay Acres Rd image 15

14.58 acre property in city limits of Jesup. Convenient to schools, churches and shopping.

$4,500 Per Acre


Jesup, GA
14.58 acres
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Appling County, GA Summerall Plantation  image 24

Summerall Plantation has original home and 10+ acres!


Baxley, GA
10.82 acres
4 beds
3.0 baths
2,266 sqft
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00 Linden Acres Jesup GA image 3

4 lots located in the Linden Acres Subdivision


Jesup, GA
1.0 acre
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Sweetwater Branch Farm image 8

Don't miss this wonderful farm on Hires Rd in Jesup, Ga. With approximately 44 acres of cultivation and a 2.5 acre pond. This property has great soils and is ready for planting.


Jesup, GA
66.0 acres
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154 Acres Big House Rd  image 17

Secluded timberland tract in Pierce County. It would make an easy conversion to farmland. Hunters should take a look!


Blackshear, GA
154.0 acres
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Preparing Our Property: Part 2 - Timber Harvest

After all of the planning that we did on our property, it was great for us to actually get to the timber harvesting stage and see some work start to happen on our property. This was the first time we saw heavy equipment roll over our newly installed culverts, and it was an awesome feeling. We want to spend a few minutes to tell you a little more about how we went about having the timber harvested on our property.

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