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64+ Acre Pine and Timberland Tract thumbnail image 5

Nice Pine Plantation and timberland tract Located near Hinesville, GA

$3,550 Per Acre


Hinesville, GA
64.94 acres
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43 Acre Recreational Paradise thumbnail image 6

This versatile tract has so much potential. It has a great Natural pond site with about 30 acres of natural volunteer pines. The tract has a nice 15 acre hardwood drain.

$1,595 Per Acre


Hortense, GA
43.0 acres
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98.21 Acre Horse Creek Rd  thumbnail image 6

Telfair County, GA pine plantation and hunting recreational property near the city of McRae. Exceptional hunting and recreational property with Pines and Hardwood mix.

$2,650 Per Acre


McRae, GA
98.21 acres
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69.44 Acres Pine Plantation Homesite thumbnail image 7

Great homesite and timberland investment near Douglas, GA.

$3,750 Per Acre


Douglas, GA
69.44 acres
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45 Acre Paradise on House Creek - Hunting Paradise on House Creek

45  Acre Paradise on House Creek  thumbnail image 17

Paradise! Hunting and Fishing! Private and peaceful!

$1,995 Per Acre


Abbeville, GA
45.0 acres
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18 Acres of Respite with Creek Frontage thumbnail image 37

Beautiful property with Creek Frontage offering serenity and recreational opportunities.

$2,095 Per Acre


Abbeville, GA
18.0 acres
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Beautiful Investment and Hunting Tract - Options for Hunters & Investors

Beautiful Investment and Hunting Tract thumbnail image 7

Hunters and Investors, we'd love to show you this tract in Brantley County! With 40 acres of pristine natural forests flowing around and through the property, the timber value ...

$1,495 Per Acre


Hortense, GA
119.0 acres
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