This 35 Acre tract is located in Screven County Georgia and the name of the tract is in fact named after one of The United States Founding Fathers, General George Washington, who visited this parcel of land on Monday May 16th, 1791 per the Georgia Historical Marker on site. With a 12 Acre field and the other 22 acres in mature hardwoods and pines this parcel of land has the foundation for an enjoyable recreational tract. With the natural wildlife cover on this property it has produced a number of 130 class whitetail bucks which have been harvested and frequently seen on this property over the years. Combine this with the perfect location - Only 10 miles from downtown Sylvania, 32 miles from Statesboro, 68 miles from Augusta and 55 miles from Savannah. In the spring you are only a short ride to the Masters Golf Tournament, in the fall you can take yourself and your family to a Georgia Southern Football Game and throughout the year you can enjoy a leisurely afternoon carriage ride in historic Savannah. Not to mention the legendary hunting and fishing of Screven County found on Tuckahoe WMA(15,000 Acres), the prestigious Mill Haven Plantation and numerous boat ramps with access to the Savannah River! Screven County is simply and outdoorsman’s paradise.
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