Location: Ideally situated along US Hwy. 280, just 5 miles west of Pembroke, the county seat of Bryan County, and less than 40 miles west of Savannah this property promises a bright future for a myriad of possible uses. I-16 lies some 12 miles north of the property, Statesboro, less than 30 miles north and Hinesville and Ft. Stewart less than 30 miles south. One can be at Tybee or Hilton Head Island in an hour.
Description: This former southeast Georgia farmstead, as evidenced by some 8 or 9 time and weather-worn buildings, was built in the early 1900s. The buildings include a larger home, tenant house, tobacco barns, mule barn, feed barn, shelters, and other buildings. All buildings bear evidence of the past with activities like row crop farming, turpentining, and timber production. Today the property is dedicated primarily to timber production and recreational use.
The property, in the shape of a “7”, is traversed by an interior road system and trails providing access over the land. The tract has approximately 37 acres of old field planted in seven-year-old Longleaf pine. The remainder of the acreage is in regenerating pine and hardwood with some lower hardwood area providing cover and water for wildlife.
The property is currently zoned Multi for a broad possibility of uses.
Comments: Most of the old buildings would require a good deal of repair to be functional again, but some are currently being used as equipment shelters. The pine lumber in the buildings, some of which could be salvaged, would look great used in cabins, a home, or a recreational type building.
Deer and turkey are plentiful in the area. Clearing and planting a field would bring dove and add wing-shooting to the property’s hunting capabilities.
With the continued growth of Bryan and Bulloch Counties along with the entire southeast Georgia area, the future is bright for this land investment.
Price: $599,000 ($2,396/acre)