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Old Scotland Road Farm

Old Scotland Road : Jacksonville, GA 31544

Telfair County, Georgia

137.50 Acres
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Old Scotland Road Farm : Jacksonville : Telfair County : Georgia

Land Description

The best of South Georgia land…timberland and ag fields with a fishing pond at an attractive price.

This farm, located in southern Telfair County just outside the town of Jacksonville, has loads of potential uses. There are 45 acres of tillable row crop land currently leased to a local farmer. 19 acres are a growing young pine plantation established in 2013. 63 Acres are recently harvested pine land that is ready for you to site prep and replant or clear for fields. There are 8 acres of hardwood bottom in two areas on the northwest property line.

The spring-fed pond is a little under an acre, and is stocked with fish. It would make a great house site. Access is plentiful, with over 3000 feet of double frontage on Jacksonville Scotland Road and 1200 feet on Clements Road, both county maintained dirt roads. Power, phone and high speed internet are available at the property, and well and septic would be required for water and wastewater.

There are public boat ramps on the Ocmulgee River within 15 minutes of this property, providing even more fishing opportunities for bass, bream and catfish. Hunting in this area is excellent for deer, turkey, doves and wild hogs. Jacksonville is home to the Georgia state record 22lb 4oz largemouth bass (it was the world record holder until 2009.), as well as the state record non-typical whitetail deer that measured a whopping 248 4/8 on the Boone & Crockett scale.

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