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0 Luke Rd Ashburn, GA 31714

0 Luke Rd, Ashburn , Georgia 31714 - Turner County
$482,220 160.74 Acres
Property ID 2091693


Very well maintained timber investment tract; Ideal for recreational in addition to several beautiful building sites. Little River runs through it! About 2450 feet of it...where you will find approx. 44 acres of river bottom hardwoods. Tract also offers 28.9 acres of loblolly pines planted in 1989 currently under the CRP program until 2022 at $1528 per year; 44.2 acres of longleaf pines planted in 1999 maturing in the CRP program in the fall of 2014 and eligible for re-entry; also 32 acres of slash pines planted in 1995. Two irrigation 1100 GPM for Little River and one for 1/2 acre pond on the property. Not included but available(and soon to be on the market) is an 81.19 acre adjoining tract with paved road frontage, 2 wells, septic, RV hookup, 40x50 insulated metal bldg with bathroom and 2 small ponds.


FROM TIFTON: Whiddon Mill Road approx 8 miles; left on Little Rive Road; right at dead end onto Cravey Rd.; approx 3 miles to Luke Road (dirt) on right; approx 1/2 mi to gate on right. FROM ASHBURN:off I-75 take Bussey Rd exit; cross RR in Sycamore; immediate left; then left on Coverdale Hwy; approx 4-5 mi. take V to left(Cravey Rd); then Luke Rd to left


Barn Information
68x56 Pole Barn, Deer Stands


Lot Description
River Front

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