Incredible river front property located at the confluence of the Flint River and the Cooleewhahee Creek in the heart of Plantation land. Perfect combination of upland quail habitat and wild river bottomland complete with cabin and pavilion located right on the water. 17 ac ag field perfect for dove and wildlife. Multiple food plots, super interior road system and very rare Indian mound located next to incredible freshwater spring. The City of Newton was said to have originated adjacent to this spring as well. Over 2700 feet of Flint River frontage with incredible rocky shoals located on the southern end, purportedly one of the better fly fishing areas for sight fishing to giant shoal bass. Over 3750 feet of frontage on the Cooleewhahee Creek that serves as a common boundary to the infamous Pineland Plantation. Giant whitetail bucks, ducks, quail, wild turkeys, and giant shoal bass all rolled into the perfect riverfront property.
Exceptional homesite located just minutes north of Forsyth and Macon Ga. and 52 miles south of Atlanta airport. Loaded with beautiful mature hardwood bottom. Small creek running through the property with natural building site overlooking. Close proximity to I-75. Adjacent to thriving residential and a few short miles from Ga. Public Safety Training Center.
Fantastic location to Zebulon Rd and I-475. Gorgeous South Monroe County. 4.04-acre homesite in a beautiful gated community. Two streams and gently rolling 4.04 acres. reduced to $65,000 Quiet yet convenient to public and private schools, shopping and interstate. call or text 478-951-9460 for gate code.
Two great Ocmulgee river lots both with a rare combination of open pasture and mature oak high river bank frontage. Both complete with new survey and soil test for septic systems complete. Great location near Juliette Mill Dam and the Infamous Whistle Stop Café. Approved for single family, tiny house with a minimum of 600 sq ft, and or RV. No mobile homes allowed. Located just over half a mile south of Juliette, Ga on the east side of the Ocmulgee River in Jones Co.