Fact Sheet

Status
State
Near
Tignall, Georgia
Acres
±83.04
Price
$116,256
Road Access
From Elam Lunceford Road
Easement
Working on it.
Zoning
Ag
Power
No
Public Water
No
Schools
Wilkes County
Terrain
Gently rolling uplands and large creek bottom.
Taxes and Fees
800
Surface Water
Creek
Improvements
None
Driving Distances
8 miles to Washington. 40 miles to Athens, GA
Land Uses
Timber growing, wildlife, hunting and recreation
Timber
Yes

Description

Excellent Timber, Hunting and Recreation Tract in Wilkes County, Georgia. It has a mixture of natural pine and hardwood. With over 2000 feet of frontage on Clark’s Creek, this tract has great hunting, from whitetail deer and turkey to ducks and hogs. Clark’s Creek is a major tributary in Wilkes County. This tract is very secluded in the northwest section of Wilkes County, Georgia, between Tignall and Rayle. Good growing pine and hardwood on the uplands. This tract is accessed across the fields of an adjoining landowner. Refer to the plat for exact dimensions on the tract. The Wilkes County tax map is incorrect. Aerial Photo is an approximation. Plat has correct acreage. Shown by appointment only. Call Tyler Verdery 706-717-1215.

GOOGLE MAPS NOTE: ¬†The tract is bound on the east side by Clark’s Creek. ¬†Google Map’s approximation of the location of the creek is incorrect.

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