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300 ACRES SCREVEN COUNTY, GA
This unique property lies in southeastern Screven County on The Historic Kings Highway paralleling the Savannah River and leading from Savannah to Augusta. Savannah is about 55 miles to the southeast, Augusta lies approximately 85 miles to the northwest and Hilton Head Island, SC is only 70 miles southeast. Located just a short distance off the Savannah River, the area has been popular since the days Indians inhabited Georgia.
This beautiful property was originally the centerpiece of a much larger plantation owned by the Enecks Family in the mid 1800’s. Rich in history from the late eighteenth century, the property is just across the road from a family cemetery bearing the names of previous owners and even a Confederate Soldier that died very near the end of the war. An old plantation house of the “plantation plain” style still remains on the property. Though years and the elements have taken their toll and it would be quite a feat, it would still be worth restoring. Visitors to this area of Screven County include naturalist, William Bartram in 1773 and George Washington in 1791. This area has seen action from both the Revolutionary War and The War Between The States.
The property boasts a one-mile frontage along an unpaved county road formerly known as “ The Kings Highway”. Centuries old cedar trees frame the driveway leading to the old plantation house. The acreage is made up of approximately 150 acres of good commercial farmland supporting wheat during the winter and peanuts or corn during the warmer months. The woodland is primarily natural pineland with various different ages of natural timber.
The size and shape of the property assures privacy for the future and it is anticipated that the road along the frontage now known as Pryor Road will soon be paved. Peanuts fields planted in the summer attract doves in the Fall once the crop is harvested and provide excellent dove shoots in early season. The vast amount of field edge with woodland scattered throughout the tract would be ideal for establishing areas to support and hunt quail. Deer and turkey are abundant due to the crops planted year-round providing an excellent food source.
Come share in the history and feel the freedom experienced by early Georgia settlers as you enjoy this property whether hunting or making this your permanent home. While anyone can buy land few can purchase a property with so much history to share.
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