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Old Hortense Rd Tract 1 - Owner Financing Available!!!

Old Hortense Rd Tract 1 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!


Hortense, GA
21.0 acres
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4 Acres at the Corner of Bethlehem Rd and Hwy 301 image 7

Great lot at the corner of Bethlehem Road and Highway 301. The property fronts both paved roads.


Jesup, GA
4.0 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...

$1,695 Per Acre

Hortense, GA
108.65 acres
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Hunters Paradise in Appling County, GA image 10

Hunting and Homesite Dream come true!!

$2,495 Per Acre

Baxley, GA
105.0 acres
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6 Acres North 1st Street image 30

This tract sits in town with paved road frontage. Zoned commercial, but can convert back to residential. Many possibilities here.


Jesup, GA
6.39 acres
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30 Acres Old Reserve Rd image 23

Great Gentlemen Farm tract with planted pines and beautiful hardwood area for wildlife. ...

$3,795 Per Acre

White Oak, GA
30.27 acres
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72.9 Acres Overstreet Rd image 39 Virtual Tour 360

Fantastic gentleman farm tract located in a great area of Wayne County. The property is setup and ready to go.

Jesup, GA
72.9 acres
1 bed
1.5 baths
900 sqft
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