E.B. Timber/Interstate Investment Property

$ 1,228,500
For Sale


Property ID


Land with interstate frontage is a limited asset. While this investment is currently planted in two age classes of pre merchantable pine timber.  378+- acres of relatively flat topography makes for the possibility of other uses. Crisp County Georgia is known for their quality deer harvested and this property can attest to it. Turkeys tracts and strut marks are evidence of their numbers as well. A county maintained access road fronts between the interstate and the subject property. Eastern access is achieved through a county maintained dirt road that fronts on the opposite side of the property. Lime Creek runs north to south through the middle of the property giving a landowner double creek frontage. The highly sought after creek frontage provides a water source to the wildlife. Call to set up a showing of the property.


County: Crisp County, Georgia
  • State: Georgia
  • Property ID 6233
  • Price $ 1,228,500
  • Property Type Farm & Timber
  • Property status For Sale
  • Land area 378 Acres
  • Label ACTIVE
  • County Crisp


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