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5.11 acres in Glynn County, Georgia

240 Smith Road, Brunswick, Georgia 31525 - Glynn County
$99,900 5.11 Acres
Property ID 3036967


DNR indicates to seller that a dock permit is available for this pretty tidal property that fronts and crosses Thornhill creek to Troup Creek. 5.11 acres w/2 acres of uplands. Loaded with big sturdy oaks, palms and fragrant cedars, this gorgeous land also has a well and 2 septic tanks, and water/power to remnants of the dock. The scenic views of the intra-coastal and St. Simons are breathtaking from here. It's a perfect place to build a coastal home with a wrap-around deck to take in all the flora and fauna and it's also perfect for several couples to go into partnership and build a getaway. Boat and R/V storage are available on the lot and a big garden spot is ready for spring planting. OWNER FINANCING CONSIDERED. Call for details. WON'T LAST LONG! SEE IT TODAY!


From the foot of the SSI causeway, proceed North on U.S. Hwy #17. Pass the Brunswick Country Club on your left; pass the FLETC entrance on left; proceed past Winton Farms subdivision on your right; and Smith Road is the very next road on the right. Turn right on Smith Road, and proceed to the 30' easement on the right. Remove the Private Property sign and enter the property. Our sign will be on this lot.

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Joyce Stregles

R. B. Gentry & Associates

102 Pirates Cove
St. Simons Island, GA

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