48+- acres Rolling Planted Pines

$ 2,650 / acre
Sold

4982

Property ID

Description

48+- acres Rolling Planted Pines This smaller property consists of almost all younger pre-merchantable planted loblolly pine timber. The rolling topography is accompanied by a hardwood drain with white oaks and mixed hardwoods. Several mature pecan trees… This smaller property consists of almost all younger pre-merchantable planted loblolly pine timber. The rolling topography is accompanied by a hardwood drain with white oaks and mixed hardwoods. Several mature pecan trees near the front give suggestion a hunting cabin or homesite would be ideal. Power is located at the road. Many large landowners surround this property and practice quality Deer management. There is a creek that gives influence to the turkeys that are seen on this property. It’s hard to find small tracts of land for sale in Sumter County Georgia.

Location

County: Sumter County, GA
  • State: Georgia
  • Property ID 4982
  • Price $ 2,650 / acre
  • Property Type Farm & Timber
  • Property status Sold
  • Land area 48 Acres
  • County sumter

Contact

Joshua Pfeiffer

Property Agent
478-258-4255
afieldandfarm@gmail.com
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