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Little Horse Creek Farm is located NW of Sylvania, GA on Fred Chance Rd in Western Jenkins County near the Screven County line. This is an ideal setting for a permanent residence or a weekend retreat. The features include a 3.5 acre stocked fish pond, 21 acres of planted long leaf that are near straw production age, 54 acre...

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Horse Creek Farm is located in Western Jenkins County near the Screven County line approximately 16 miles NW of Sylvania, GA. The property was formerly used as an operating cattle farm and much of the fencing is still intact. The property has been more recently utilized as an income producing property, which includes annual...

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This 453 acre property is located near the GA Hwy 140 corridor less than 4 miles outside of Adairsville, GA. Bartow County is attracting commerce and industry, while maintaining a sense of community. This location has great access within 3-5 miles of major arteries I-75, US 41 & GA Hwy 53 and is close to Rome, Dalton, and C...

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Tract 1A is an 80 acre property with mixed use recreational, timberland, development potential located outside of Adairsville, GA in Bartow County. It is close to Close to I-75, Hwy 140, Hwy 53 & Hwy 41. It has paved road frontage on Big Oak Tree Rd. More acreage is available. This is part of a +/- 453 acre tract we are off...

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Tract 1BC is a +/- 153 acre property that is part of +/- 453 acres we are offering for sale. Jump on this strong opportunity to scoop up mixed use recreational, timberland, development potential located outside of Adairsville, GA in Bartow County. It is close to Close to I-75, Hwy 140, Hwy 53 & Hwy 41. It has paved road fro...

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There's still time to own land before opening day of turkey season! I have seen several gobblers and plenty of deer sign on the property. Tract 2, a (+/-) 219 acre property, is part of a total offering of 453 acres located near the GA Hwy 140 corridor less than 4 miles outside of Adairsville, GA. Bartow County is attracti...

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Tract 1, a (+/-) 234 acre property, is part of a total offering of 453 acres located near the GA Hwy 140 corridor less than 4 miles outside of Adairsville, GA. Bartow County is attracting commerce and industry, while maintaining a sense of community. This location has great access within 3-5 miles of major arteries I-75, US...

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We’re pleased to offer this mixed use recreational, timberland, development property with paved road frontage and utilities on two roads. This 453 acre property is a few minutes outside of Adairsville, GA in Bartow County, close to I-75, Hwy 140, Hwy 53 & Hwy 41. The property was historically used for timber and hunting...

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Looking for the perfect retreat that's has great income producing property... look at this mixed use residential, recreational, timberland 147 acre property with a brick house built in 1975. The house has 3 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and a huge entertainment room, or the perfect trophy room that you can fill with whitetail deer,...

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Woodcliff Farm is located on Sassertown Rd approximately 8 miles NW of Sylvania, GA in a quiet, rural setting. The property is divided into two separate parcels, a 74-acre piece and a 19.4-acre piece, for a combined total of 93.4+/- acres. The larger tract contains three separate fresh water ponds totaling just over 11 acre...

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The Country Escape is a quiet retreat in Mitchell County, Georgia on 15 acres, surrounded by a pecan orchard. Highlights include a large open concept floor plan with pine hardwood floors all throughout. The master suite is downstairs with a gas fireplace, his and her sinks, a walk-in closet and more. Four bedrooms are upst...

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Orchard Creek is a quiet country escape in Mitchell County, Georgia. A large family home sits in the middle of a gorgeous and productive pecan grove on 100 +/- acres. Highlights include a large open concept floor plan with pine hardwood floors all throughout. The master suite is downstairs with a gas fireplace, his and her ...

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Contact us for the asking price. Total Acres 1,122.00 Tillable Acres 663.000 Wooded Acres 135.000 Other Acres 324.000 Tracts 4 Type Of Sale Private Location All_Townships Township, Miller County, GA Location Blakely Township, Early County, GA Location Colquitt Township, Miller County, GA Description 1,122.00 A...


Georgia Land for Sale

Known for its delicious juicy peaches and deeply rooted history in the cotton industry, Georgia is a family-oriented state that welcomes new guests and residents with arms wide open. Georgia is a state that appeals to outdoor enthusiasts, farmers, urban dwellers, and maritime professionals alike, thanks to its diverse geography and close proximity to the Atlantic coast. If you are looking to purchase a piece of land for recreation, home building, farming, or just as a commercial investment, Georgia offers a variety of different land options to suit your needs.

The Historic Snapshot of Georgia

Georgia was the 13th original colony of the United States before it became an official state in 1788. It succeeded from the Union in 1780 to join the Confederate States and was heavily involved in battles of the American Civil War. Although Georgia was a hot spot for cotton production during the height of the cotton boom, most farmers worked their own farms and plantations as opposed to utilizing slave labor. Later, Georgia would become the epicenter of the Civil Rights Movement and the political home base of activist Martin Luther King Jr. In 1996, Atlanta, Georgia received the honors of hosting the Summer Olympic Games.

Interesting Facts About Georgia

Did you know...

  1. Aside from peaches, Georgia is also America's top producer of nuts such as pecans and peanuts, as well as sweet onions.
  2. Atlanta is home to the world's largest drive-thru restaurant, The Varsity, which accommodates 600 vehicles at one time.
  3. Savannah, Georgia is considered to be one of the most haunted cities in America thanks to a historic influx of deadly diseases, it's gruesome Civil War battles, and savage murders of the 1800s. Savannah offers several ghost tours where you can learn about some of the famous residents of times past.
  4. Georgia is the largest state east of the Mississippi River, by land mass, and the top major cities include Atlanta, Columbus, Savannah, Athens, and Sandy Springs.
  5. Randstad USA and Coca-Cola are the biggest employers in the state.
What Kind of Land Can I Buy in Georgia?

From woodland plots filled with trees, lakes, and streams, to wide open spaces fit for a thriving farm, Georgia is a place for land buyers with big dreams and an appreciation for gorgeous places. You can purchase plots of land that range from 15 acres to over 300 acres and pay an average of $175,000 to $800,000 depending on how developed the land is, the natural resources available, and its proximity to the major cities within the state.

Check out our listings where you will find hunting and timber grounds, developed and undeveloped farmland, cattle ranches, land that nudges up to the rivers and lakes of the region, vineyards for wine production, and more.

If you love to fish or have a passion for being near the beach, keep land in Savannah and Brunswick on your radar. The Chattahoochee River is located on the western border of the state and is known for its fishing and hunting grounds, as well as miles and miles of land that is full of dense forests. The central regions of the state have an abundance of farmland that begs to be cultivated.

Each year, Georgia plants and harvests over 1 million acres of cotton in the southern half of the state; check out land in this region if you have always wanted to invest in a cotton plantation. You can also try your hand at growing peaches in the Macon County region when you snag up a parcel of prime agricultural land offered in this region.

Georgia has land offerings available for anyone who is interested in owning their own piece of southern heaven. Whether you are interested in taking up farming, would like to upgrade to a bigger land parcel, have an interest in running cattle, or would like a relaxing wilderness plot to retreat to on vacation, Georgia has you covered.

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