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Land for sale including Farms in McDuffie County Georgia

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$331,025 132.41 acres
Thomson, GA 30824 - McDuffie County

East McDuffie Hunting/Investment

~132.41 Acres in McDuffie County ~East of Thomson ~Natural Regeneration Timber ~Turkey, Deer, & Ducks ~Multiple Beaver Ponds ~Great Roads & Trails ~Food Plot Areas ~Potential Spot for a Subdivision ~Paved Road Frontage ~Close to Augusta ~Call Austin @ 478-414-8419
Austin Breiner LandMart. com
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$285,000 122.5 acres
Whiteoak Campground Road, Thomson, GA 30824 - McDuffie County

122.5 acres Thomson, GA

Located right off of I-20, this is an excellent tract for recreation, future timber revenue or commercial/residential development! Bordered by three creeks and holding plenty of game, hunters will be sure to love this property as it offers very easy access and great privacy. This place has a lot of potential for numerous uses. Property Features: - Located right off of Exit 175 on I-20 - Offers great hunting with 3 creeks bordering it - Mixed pine/hardwood timber that will be ready to thin in a few years - 25 Minutes from Augusta, Less than 2 Hours from Atlanta - Has 3 established food plots on it now. Could easily expand their size or put in more plots - Under a 10-year conservation easement that gives HUGE tax break
Joseph Morris Whitetail Properties
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$164,340 36.52 acres
Thomson, GA 30824 - McDuffie County

36.52 acres Thomson, GA

Who says you can't have it all? Now you can own a tract of land that borders the Corps of Engineers property at Clark's Hill Lake and adjoins about 7,000 acres of land that is the Clark's Hill Wildlife Management Area. These tracts are wooded in natural pine with some patches of large hardwoods. The land has abundent wildlife with deer, beavers, bobcats, racoons, and more. Some of the tracts have pond sites with year around water supplies. The property is named Goldmine Estates because it was mined for gold in the nineteenth century. We don't know if they found any, but they sure did look and it is near the site of Georgia's first gold mine.
Ryan T Brashear Brashear Realty