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Cason Pond Rd near Mitchell Rd

(google map)

size / dimensions: 38 acres

BUY YOUR OWN LITTLE PIECE OF THE EARTH... This acreage can be used as farm land, pasture land, as a residential property, or you could even put up some solar panels and go off grid - it can be whatever you want it to be.

Located in Warren County, Georgia, on Cason Pond Road (off of Mitchell Rd), this 38 acre tract is actually platted as two separate (side by side) properties, so that you can sell one off if 19 acres is enough for you (or if you need money down the road), or consider buying it with a hunting buddy, a close friend, or get together with some of your family members to make it a family farm.

It has an old (dilapidated) barnlike structure on the property, a power pole with electricity run to it, a 450 foot deep well and pump, an open top well, many acres of timber, many acres of pasture, 1/4 acre of a shared pond, deer, turkey, quail, and plenty of room to run your dirt bikes or four wheelers on. In the interest of full disclosure, this land is heavily grown up with brush since some of these pictures were taken, so by all means, bring your tractor and give yourself a good day to ride the heck out of it to get it back to proper pasture land.

NOTE: Please understand that this is not a fire sale. I've decided to sell this land so that someone else might make something of it and enjoy it, but I don't need to sell it, so my price is going to be quite firm, and it's worth it. The area is growing due to the addition of the new Cyber Command at Ft Gordon; the ongoing expansion of Georgia Pacific in Warrenton; the growth of nearby Thomson; and because the 38 acres next to this one recently sold for $89,900, yet it had no electricity, no 450' deep well, nor was it already divided into two individually platted properties. This is a good investment for someone, which can serve as a retirement investment that you can enjoy every day, on the weekends, or used as a rental property for pasture land, or hunting lease companies (I've been approached by them, and that income would more than pay for the property taxes), while it grows in value. And unlike a typical retirement account, this is a tangible asset that you can enjoy whenever you want to (try camping on your IRA or 401k next weekend), which can't be wiped out overnight with a sudden stock market crash. As a tv commercial used to say: "Land - they don't make it anymore."

  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

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