Brier Creek Farm

$ 3,200,000


Brier Creek is a major tributary of the Savannah River and has long frontage on and through this remarkable property. Originally part of “Boll Weevil Plantation” Brier Creek Farm has been extensively managed for wildlife for decades. Excellent paved road frontage enhances access to multiple areas of the tract yet privacy is the norm here. Improvements include well maintained house/lodge plus equipment shelter. Wildlife fields are maintained in a number of locations and contribute to the outstanding deer and turkey hunting found here. Timber value is substantial and is planted and natural pine plus beautiful hardwood locations throughout. A large lake consistently produces excellent Bass fishing and numbers of panfish. Duck shooting is said to be good at locatiions along creek and wetland areas. This is a beautiful property in an east Central Georgia location that still maintains an aura of ‘old south’. Owner has thoughtfully participated in a conservation easement to maintain the inherent integrity of the property.


County: Burke County, Georgia
  • State: Georgia
  • Property ID 7483
  • Price $ 3,200,000
  • Property Type Farm & Timber, House
  • Property status Sold
  • Land area 1,365 Acres
  • County Burke


Joshua Pfeiffer

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