This Effingham County, Georgia timber and recreational property is a very diverse 301.98 acre +/- property. The Cox Tract is loaded with deer and turkey with several large game patches and tower stands. The roads system is excellent, enhancing your ability to market significant merchantable timber. Landowner has done an excellent job in managing this property for wildlife and timber production. The way he has harvested timber has created diversity and provided maximum edge that is so vital to quail and all wildlife. The timber has been managed, thinned, burned and harvested in a methodical manner providing varying ages of timber for periodic income. There is also an old pole barn to park your equipment under. Property is located off Hwy 21 north of Springfield a few miles at 307 Chester Thomas Road. Property is in the local Conservation easement CUVA and property taxes are estimated to be in the $2,500 range. We think this is a very fine property and an excellent opportunity for someone to enjoy, manage and have excellent financial reward to come.
Pond 2 Acres +/-
Game Patches 6 Acres +/-
Pine Plantation 2017 103 Acres +/-
Natural Regeneration 2021 170 Acres +/-
Hardwood Drain 10 Acres +/-
Hardwood Bay 8 Acres +/-
Total 302 Acres +/-
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