Crisp Creek Frontage East

$ 116,000
For Sale


Crisp County Georgia land doesnt come available often. Situated in the heart of middle Georgia’s Boone and Crockett territory and Flint River Corridor makes this property special. The land has a good mix of potential uses. Lime creek runs down the west side of the property and topography has created a watershed in the middle for duck hunting. The property has been let to grow up for deer bedding, fawning areas, and turkey nesting. Scattered volunteer pines of multiple age classes compliment the field and provide stand sites for a hunter. Agricultural row crop and large land owners attach to this property. Quality deer management is practiced in the area and it is evident by the bucks harvested. Turkey hunting is outstanding. Paved road frontage and power is at the road. Check with utility company for access. This property is part of a larger tract, a survey will need to be completed to verify acreage prior to closing.


County: Crisp County, Georgia
  • State: Georgia
  • Property ID 6770
  • Price $ 116,000
  • Property Type Farm & Timber
  • Property status For Sale
  • Land area 29 Acres
  • Label ACTIVE
  • County Crisp


Joshua Pfeiffer

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