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Land for sale in Sapelo Island Georgia

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$250,000 1 acres
1 Acre East West Autobahn, Sapelo Island, GA 31327 - McIntosh County

1 acres Sapelo Island, GA

Large wooded lot right in the middle of the Hog Hammock Community. Build in this idyllic community with little traffic, few street lights, few neighbors and natural beauty that calms your soul. You'll love the laid back bare foot culture of this Island. Most of the Island is owned by the GA Dept. of Natural Resources. Miles of undeveloped beaches in fact yours may be the only footprints on the beach on any given day. Call now. This is an unusual opportunity which doesn't happen often. The one acre may be divided into 2 1/2 acre lots so you could build on one and sell the other or keep it for your grandkids.
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$135,000 0.5 acres
n/a Portion of Lot 5 PARCEL D, Sapelo Island, GA 31327 - McIntosh County

0.5 acres Sapelo Island, GA

There are corners of the world that are simply more beautiful than the rest- Sapelo Island is one of them. Located off the coast of Georgia, Sapelo Island offers an extraordinary private and secluded, but not isolated island experience. Tobacco heir R.J Reynolds Jr. bought Sapelo during the Great Depression in 1933 and enjoyed this private island paradise as a part-time residence for three decades. Currently, 97% of the island is owned by the state of Georgia and is managed by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. This island offers safety, security, and privacy in a location with close proximity to the Mainland. Phenomenal fishing holes surround the island with seasonal hunting extravaganzas. Seller is a licensed Broker in the State
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$135,000 0.5 acres
n/a Portion of Lot 5 PARCEL A, Sapelo Island, GA 31327 - McIntosh County

0.5 acres Sapelo Island, GA

There are corners of the world that are simply more beautiful than the rest- Sapelo Island is one of them. Located off the coast of Georgia, Sapelo Island offers an extraordinary private and secluded, but not isolated island experience. Tobacco heir R.J Reynolds Jr. bought Sapelo during the Great Depression in 1933 and enjoyed this private island paradise as a part-time residence for three decades. Currently, 97% of the island is owned by the state of Georgia and is managed by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. This island offers safety, security, and privacy in a location with close proximity to the Mainland. Phenomenal fishing holes surround the island with seasonal hunting extravaganzas. Seller is a licensed Broker in the State