With the growth in this area due to the new Cyber Command at Fort Gordon, the growth in nearby Thomson because of Fort Gordon's expansion, and a brand new $135 million dollar Georgia Pacific plant expansion right in Warrenton, you should consider this property as an investment (and unlike a 401k which could be wiped out overnight in the market, this is a tangible asset you can enjoy every day on your way to retirement - try having fun with your 401k this weekend).... (read more)
The photo is older but it shows what the land would look like cleared (so you can see what you're getting), but understand that it's very overgrown right now and will need some tractor time to get the land back to its former glory. The land topography is fairly flat, and features roughly 12 to 15 acres of pasture or farming land, with the rest of the acreage in trees of mixed hardwoods and pines - all of which should be ready for harvesting in about 5 years. There is no shortage of deer on this land, and the property includes 1/4 acre of a larger shared pond. There's also an old dilapidated barn-like structure on the property, with electricity, and a 450' deep well.
Make your off-grid home in this quiet area; build your dream house; or maybe drop a cabin on it for those weekend getaways; or simply come out here and enjoy doing what you want to on your own piece of mother earth. If you want this as merely an investment, a hunt-club approached me and offered to lease the hunting rights for more than twice what the annual taxes are per year. Also, the 38 acres is divided into two 18+ acre parcels, so you could buy one and sell the other, or go in on them together with friends or family members.
My asking price is $99,900 firm. It's a fair price in this growing area, and if you need financing, your best option (in my opinion) would probably be through Ag Georgia Farm Credit. NOTE: I'm not working with any realtor, so please contact me directly for more information or for additional photographs, via email, at:
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