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$141,000

Altman Pond

47 acres
0 Clito Rd Statesboro GA 30458  |  Bulloch County
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Altman Pond is a 47 /-acre tract featuring a majority of cultivated farm land with a small head of woods and a nice pond. Located just outside of Statesboro, GA off HWY 301 on Clito Road and T.H. Lee ...
Jason Williams, Plantation Properties & Land Investments LLC
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$71,500

Glenns Branch Tract 5

13 acres
0 N Old River Rd Statesboro GA 30458  |  Bulloch County
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Glenns Branch, a truly diverse and private property in Bulloch County just outside of Statesboro, GA. Located on Old River Road and Busby Road this tract is only an hour from Savannah, GA. This 13 acr...
Jason Williams, Plantation Properties & Land Investments LLC
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$632,400

Clito Farm

186 acres
0 Clito Rd Statesboro GA 30461  |  Bulloch County
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Beautiful farm in prime location! This 186 acre farm is located just outside of Statesboro, GA off Highway 24 fronting Clito Road. The property features approximately 93 acres of cultivated farm land ...
Jason Williams, Plantation Properties & Land Investments LLC
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Statesboro, GA Land Info

A recent study estimated there were over 13 million hunters in America, who dropped over $38 billion on licenses, equipment, travel and more. Along with the country’s expansive public hunting lands and waterways, private hunting land for sale offers potential as significant income-producing land through annual hunting leases and associated recreational activities. Alternatively, buying and working your own hunting land represents a very American ideal that dates back to the days of Daniel Boone, Davy Crockett and Teddy Roosevelt.

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