OGEECHEE CONSERVATION HOMESTEAD
CHATHAM COUNTY, GA
This property lies along the Ogeechee River and Hwy. 204 in southwestern Chatham County and is also convenient to both I-16 & I-95. Savannah’s western city limits are nearby and Downtown Savannah is less than 15 minutes to the east.
This property is perpetually protected overall by a conservation easement and has a beautiful 5 acre pond with a home site and a place to build a barn. Some 16 acres is partially cleared and set aside in the easement for use as managed forestry practices, or agricultural use including pasture for livestock. Approximately 58 acres lying adjacent the river is heavily wooded and considered Bottomland Hardwood preserved to remain in its current condition forever. This area provides a tremendous refuge for deer, turkey and ducks in addition to small game and non-game species of wildlife.
Interior roads on the property and provisions in the easement encourage wildlife management make this property ideal for hunting, fishing or wildlife viewing enthusiasts. The easement also helps deter future rising property taxes. What an ideal home and recreational property close to Savannah. Ft. Stewart lies directly across the Ogeechee River from the property.
Please request a copy of the conservation easement for review prior to negotiating to purchase this property. Information contained here is provided from sources deemed reliable but is not guaranteed by Land Unlimited, Inc.