Homes for Sale in Wayne County, Georgia

Hunter's Glen Subdivision, Wayne County - Every lot regardless of size is $14,000

Hunter's Glen Subdivision, Wayne County image 13

Cozy little subdivision with 11 lots left. Every lot has minimum of 1 acre of buildable land. No HOAs, No Restrictions. Double Wides, Contractors, or Investors are all Welcome.

$14,000 Per Acre


Jesup, GA
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185 Pierce St. image 18

This beautifully updated ranch style home is the perfect blend of modern convenience and classic charm, ready for you to make it your own.

$310,000


Jesup, GA
0.6 acres
3 beds
2.0 baths
2,200 sqft
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Lot 22 Hunter's Glen Subdivision image 7

Cozy little subdivision located outside of Jesup, GA. Great community atmosphere, ready for your double wide or stickbuilt home!

$14,000


Jesup, GA
2.6 acres
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Lot 21 Hunter's Glen Subdivision image 7

Cozy little subdivision located outside of Jesup, GA. Great community atmosphere, ready for your double wide or stickbuilt home!

$14,000


Jesup, GA
1.73 acres
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Lot 20 Hunter's Glen Subdivision image 7

Cozy little subdivision located outside of Jesup, GA. Great community atmosphere, ready for your double wide or stickbuilt home!

$14,000


Jesup, GA
1.062 acres
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Lot 18 Hunter's Glen Subdivision image 7

Cozy little subdivision located outside of Jesup, GA. Great community atmosphere, ready for your double wide or stickbuilt home!

$14,000


Jesup, GA
1.039 acres
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SOLD
1465 Sawmill Rd image 36

Have you ever dreamed of owning your own original farmhouse in the middle of farm country? Now is your chance!


Screven, GA
4.51 acres
4 beds
2.0 baths
3,100 sqft
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