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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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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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Priced Right Recreational Tract in Waycross, GA thumbnail image 5

Whether you are looking for an investment opportunity, a homesite, or a recreational tract, this 37+ acres offers many possibilities.

$52,057


Waycross, GA
37.21 acres
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69 Acre Multi-Purpose Tract in Wayne thumbnail image 11

This wonderful 69 Acre multi-purpose piece of Georgia has it all! Road frontage for homesite, well maintained perimeter fencing, wildlife, and plenty of room for recreational hobbies.

$2,200 Per Acre


Screven, GA
69.0 acres
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247 N Wayne St. Jesup thumbnail image 18

Beautiful home built in 1905 has 2 living quarters

$88,000


Jesup, GA
0.46 acres
4 beds
2.0 baths
1,836 sqft
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2710 Beachwood Dr Commercial Buildings thumbnail image 21

This acreage offers business opportunity. Great location, Minutes from Rayonier and the main commercial building has an estimated 8000sf

$150,000


Jesup, GA
4.0 acres
1.0 bath
8,130 sqft
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Beautiful Lot in Penholloway Community thumbnail image 6

Dreaming of a peaceful place to build your home? Do you dream of lazy days soaking up rays while you throw that fishing line in just one more time? This 1-acre lot is nestled on Penholloway Cree...


Jesup, GA
1.13 acres
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