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Land for sale including Farms in Mitchell County Georgia

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$252,862 91.95 acres
Strawberry Road, Pelham, GA 31779 - Mitchell County

91.95 acres Pelham, GA

Nice farm and hunting tract located west of Pelham GA on Strawberry Road. The farmland classification shows 97% of the soil is prime farmland with Goldsboro, Norfolk, and Tifton loamy sand. Approximately 11 acres were planted in Elliot and Cape Fear pecan trees in 2009. The row cropland consist of 67+/- acres and is leased on an annual basis. The balance is in natural woods and a residential lot. The lot has a well and a septic tank. Good income producing property and plenty of deer tracks.
Tim Carroll Mossy Oak Properties Sunbelt Land Brokers, LLC
$650,000 228 acres
5783 Mount Olive Road, Pelham, GA 31779 - Mitchell County

228 acres Pelham, GA

This is a great tract of farmland in Mitchell County. The 227.8 acre tract includes a brick house that is 1,629 sqft and includes storage buildings and implement shed. There is also a pond with a dock on the property. Contact the listing agent today to schedule a showing.
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$344,000 130 acres
000 Old Ga Hwy 3, Pelham, GA 31779 - Mitchell County

130 acres Pelham, GA

The farmland south of Ironweed Road is approximately 82+ acres with 54+/- acres cropland with predominately Orangeburg and Tifton soils that are excellant for row crops with a cotton base of 19.4 acres and peanut base of 12.8 acres. Approximately 20 acres are woodlands with mature pines and hardwoods with about 1,600 feet of road frontage along Old Ga Hwy 3. North of Ironweed Road is approximately 44+ acres of woodlands with about 2,100 feet of frontage along Old Ga Hwy 3. The farm is offered as a whole or everything north of Ironweed Road can be subdivided and the 20+/- acres of woodlands south of Ironweed Road can be subdivided out separately.