Asking Price:  $1,500 per acre or $450,000

Property Size:  300 Acres

Location:  Clinch County, Town of Fargo, Georgia

Category:  Hunting & Recreational Land, Riverfront

Improvements:  Features: One mile frontage on HWY 177 and 1/2 mile frontage on the Suwannee River

Tax:  Property taxes were $3,388 for 2016

Broker Comments:

"A walk though this tract encounters how Georgia looked a long, long time ago. A naturally beautiful tract insulated from busy life by the Suwannee and giant pines and cypress."

Hunter Brant, President
Oakwood Realty Group

Property Description

Hunter’s Paradise. Property consists of all natural hardwood / pine mix forest covering the entire tract and has not been timbered in over 75 years. It is a step back in time to walk through this property with ancient cypress, loblolly pine and hardwoods throughout. A truly beautiful property bordering the Suwannee River.

This tract is easy to access, less than a mile from the intersection of Highways 441 and 94 at the town of Fargo, Georgia. The property has approximately a mile of paved road frontage on HWY 177 and one half mile of frontage on the Suwannee River, which finds its headwaters at the Okeefenokee National Wildlife Refuge approximately 10 miles upstream from the property. The Stephen C Foster Park, which operates the nearby Suwannee River Eco-Lodge, along with the Refuge are world renowned for their natural beauty and one of a kind natural ecosystem with opportunities for birding, hunting, kayaking and fishing. The Suwannee River has its own renowned reputation with its many varying landscapes from the Okeefenokee to the Gulf of Mexico. This tract is ideally situated to take advantage of all these wonderful natural attractions while providing a homebase for enjoyment of the great outdoors.