13.4 acres in Wayne County, Georgia
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13.4 acres in Wayne County, Georgia

1929 Post Rd, Hortense , Georgia 31543 - Wayne County
$479,000 13.40 Acres
3 beds 3 Bathrooms 3361 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 6154261


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From Brunswick, take Hwy 341N, go past Sterling, past Everett City, then to Mount Pleasant. Take a left on Post Rd. Go appx 1.8 miles, property will be on the left. It's the 3rd driveway after Boone's Branch Rd. See sign in front of wood fence. Coming from Jesup, go past Gardi, turn right onto Post Rd in Mount Pleasant, then proceed 1.8 miles. Property on left. From Hwy 32, turn onto Post Rd, headed towards Hwy 341, appx 7 or 8 miles and property will be on your right. Look for Avalon Properties real estate sign out front

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